New pieces by David Taylor are the result of a three-part conversation between hand, mind and material.
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A collection of useful, sculptural objects made from massive materials like marble and limestone.
A family of functional objects created using the same three shapes and materials.
ferm LIVING's latest collection of Scandinavian goods is better than good.
Field Day has reinvented itself with a new line of contemporary mirrors.
A collection of wall-mounted shelves that you can customize with lamps, mirrors and even dry-erase board.
A mirror with a bent angle that allows you to see things in two totally different ways.
Everyday household brushes inspire an entire collection of curious, functional objects.
Geometric mirrors perfect for hallways with small details that make them more special.
A line of home furnishings, and a building, covered in used rubber inner tubes.
A piece of furniture that acts as a place to store memories and reflect on them.
A wall shelf with mirror that comes with an unexpected feature.
A series of geometric mirrors made out of copper and ceramic bases.
A wall mirror that uses two different materials, copper and rope to create an organic, yet industrial feel.
An exhibition where designers explore the idea of negative space from new and interesting perspectives.
A mirror inspired by the Stone Age, when it is believed that people used bowls with water to see their reflections.