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The 'All of the Above' Line Features Sleek Items Made of Recycled Materials

 - Nov 18, 2015
References: superdave.se & fastcodesign
David Taylor's 'All of the Above' collection is a lineup of sophisticated tabletop decor made of scrap aluminum. Using his silversmith expertise and creativity, Taylor proves that one can change the perceived value of an object or material.

On view in Future Perfect's Immaculate Object show, the All of the Above collection is made of materials Taylor found in a dumpster. The designer scavenged aluminum pipes and profiles that a window-making company had tossed and used the materials as a base for other metals and materials. Mixing the aluminum scarps with copper, filter foam, glass and stone, the final product resulted in a sleek line of decor perfect for any modern home.

The Future Perfect's Immaculate Object show is on view in San Francisco and New York until January 7th, 2015.