“I was inspired by the fantasy of the Canadian hinterland in the Far North, with ice breaking up along a river, and translated that into something that looks more like a minimalistic art installation than a kitchen, but it is actually fully functional.”
Below the surface
By playing with quartz in fresh new forms, such as stools and storage units, Dixon proves Caesarstone is much more than a surface material.
“I think practice is often underestimated as a means of getting good at anything,” Dixon advises those who want to follow in his footsteps. “I didn’t get anywhere without lots of practice.”