His commercial success led to his nomination as Head of Design at Habitat, in 1998, where he became Creative Director.

In the meantime, he also worked on private and institutional collaborations, dedicating himself to a number of noteworthy projects and creating a series of pieces that are destined to remain unparalleled in terms of popularity and appreciation.

In 2000, Dixon received the prestigious Order of the British Empire, awarded by HRH Queen Elizabeth II.

Dixon’s works are included in the permanent collections of the most important museums, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, the MoMa in New York and Tokyo, and the Centre Pompidou.

The talk is part of the “Disrupting Patterns” series, multidisciplinary open lessons oriented towards innovation, design, contemporary and future themes.

The talk will be held at 5.30 PM on Thursday May 6th, 2021.

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