David Taylor presented new lighting objects — a pendant and a candlestick series — at the Biologiska Museum during Stockholm Design Week as part of the fringe event ”20 Designers at Biologiska.”

Point and Dot Lighting by David Taylor in main home furnishings  Category

Point has been named after the place where the land runs out and the water begins, a pendant lamp that borrows it’s characteristic form from its candlestick cousin Dot. Plastic, paper and hemp each play a role in the construction and look of this piece. Point is a reduction, without removing the sentiment of the work, exuding a warm and welcoming generosity that is its essence.

Point and Dot Lighting by David Taylor in main home furnishings  Category

The candlestick edition Dot comprises three pieces made to work together as a group and to cooperate when used throughout a living space. Brass, pine and silver are integrated into a pleasing disharmony that projects a natural balance and speaks of an earthy, organic calm.

Point and Dot Lighting by David Taylor in main home furnishings  Category

Point and Dot Lighting by David Taylor in main home furnishings  Category