The Planar Box in Bastogne Walnut and brushed brass was greatly inspired by the Farnsworth House. Vertical, brass columns live the horizontal box off the surface of a desk or table top and attach with no visible connections.
Crafted from a single slab of California Claro Walnut that balances beautiful grain and heavy figure against natural imperfections, the top features Taylor's signature polished brass Corsets and a polished brass T-spline atop a geometric bronze base.
Continuing to explore the combination of mixed materials, the Granite Pangaea Table features an woven stone and Bastogne Walnut top, while the legs display an interlocking combination of blackened steel and matching Bastogne Walnut.
Continuing to experiment with a carefully designed composition of glass elements amongst a landscape of a decayed wood slab, Corset Table no. 3 introduces a stepped corset that negotiates changes in surface heights..
Continuing to explore the combination of mixed materials, the clean lines of the Hearth Dining Table featue a solid, cast bronze trestle stlyle base with an interlocking wood strecher and a single slab Bastogne Walnut top.
his year at West Edge Design Fair 2016, Taylor Donsker Design partnered with Tokio lighting to collectively showcase the Strike/Slip Table under Tokio's Carbon Light within a Japanese tea ceremony inspired tea hut, designed and built by Taylor Donsker.
Revisiting the Corset Table design after a client from Kansas City fell in love with the original piece, I continued to elevate the design by taking cues from the unique imperfections in these particular slabs.
Happily resting its new home, this Black Walnut book matched dining table features a hand rubbed oil finish, wenge butterfly keys along the bottom side, and a U-shaped steel base with a black oxide patina.