The Beat Vessels are a set of floor vases made from polished brass, which have been spun and welded in separate parts to create their incredible sculptural form. Inspired by the sculptural simplicity of brass cooking pots and traditional water vessels, the Beat Vessels are handmade by the renowned skilled craftsmen of Moradabad in Northern India - skimmed into functional silhouettes for the refraction of golden light.
Available in two styles, Drop and Tall. These can be paired together in a hallway, entrance, or fireplace, or choose one to use as a single piece to off-set and complement any modern living area.
Spun brass with a polished brass finish.
Designed in London.
Made in India.
The unpolished surface is lacquered and brushed with a fine wire wool. Over time the colour of brass may alter.
Tall: H 1090 x DIA 250mm. 4.6 kgs.
Drop: H 960 x DIA 550mm. 8.5 kgs.
Tom Dixon OBE is an award-winning, self-taught designer. After school in London, he played bass guitar for the band Funkapolitan, and appeared on Top of the Pops. He then ran several nightclubs. Having learned to weld, his first furniture designs were made from found objects like bits of scaffolding and old grates. In 1992, the Victoria and Albert Museum purchased his S-Chair for its permanent collection; the Museum of Modern Art, New York, followed suit. He is the former creative director of Habitat and a partner in the Dock Kitchen restaurant in Ladbroke Grove, west London. He went on to create Tom Dixon, the brand gave Tom a platform to produce iconic designs and accessories that can be found in homes, museums, restuaruants and establishments throughout the world.
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