Designed as a set, the console table and mirror are both fabricated from hand-selected solid american black walnut. Traditional mortise and tenon joinery is used for the table while the mirror has a custom curved profile which complements the angular form of the table. Photograph by Roberto D'Addona.
Taylor, whose studio is in Stockholm, returns to the U.S.A. in February 2014 for a residency at San Francisco's NWBLK gallery. His showstopping vase, mirror, and dish are made of brass and raw concrete.
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