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)