Inside Tom Dixon’s Brand-New Kings Cross Headquarters

The Coal Office, site of Tom Dixon’s new headquarters. Photography by Peer Lindgreen.

London’s famed Kings Cross is host to an ever-expanding network of creatives and technologists—even Google has recently set up shop near the intersection. Joining the ranks is Tom Dixon, who has relocated his eponymous design brand into a former industrial building on Granary Square. The new digs combines shop, workshop, and office all in one, with a rooftop restaurant and terrace on the books. “It was imperative to not just find a new office or shop, but to find a new home,” says Dixon. “We will use 17,500 square feet in this incredible location as a platform to broadcast our latest ideas in interior design, product innovation, and experiments in food, functionality, and future living.”

Lighting fixtures by Tom Dixon. Photography by Peer Lindgreen.
Photography by Peer Lindgreen.
Beat pendants crown a seating area. Photography by Peer Lindgreen.
Melt pendants illuminate workstations. Photography by Peer Lindgreen.
A Mirror Ball System hangs above a Bird Chaise. Photography by Peer Lindgreen.
Scoop Chairs surround a conference table. Photography by Peer Lindgreen.
A Wingback Dining Chair and Scoop Chair are perched on pedestals. Photography by Peer Lindgreen.

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