We recently came across the work of San Francisco furniture designer Dylan Gold, whose fabulous "cornered" table won Best in Show at DWR's M+D+F contest back in May. If you love the clever way the design of this table incorporates book and magazine storage, you'll want to check out Gold's other work, too...
Gold's work is intended to combine fun and functionality with fine art. Each of his pieces offers a unique design "twist" that sets it apart from other beautiful custom furniture of its kind.
The "twisted" shelving unit is a funky take on open storage, with one off-kilter storage "cube" interrupting the sleek, conservative feel of its neighbors. A table called "the stink tree" contains a fault line, creating crevices that could be used for book or magazine storage. And a coffee table, "wasted," is constructed entirely from workshop scraps, inlaid together into a beautiful mosaic.
Visit Dylan Gold's website to see more of his work; e-mail him for pricing and other info.
(Images: Dylan Gold)