Alexander Taylor was born in 1975 in County Durham, England. He studied furniture and product design at Nottingham Trent University, and started his career in the London architectural firm Procter:Rihi. He opened his own studio in 2002 and has designed furniture and lighting for several European design manufacturers including Zanotta, Established & Sons, and ClassiCon.Taylor has also created private commissions for clients including fashion designer Alexander McQueen, and products for English home accessories producer-distributor Thorsten van Elten, Hitch Mylius, and Japanese manufacturer E&Y. Taylor’s awards include Elle Decoration’s 2005 ‘Young Designer of the Year,’ and ‘Best In Lighting’ prize for his family of Fold lamps, and a 2006 Chicago Athenaeum ‘Good Design Award.’ His work has been shown at the Milan Furniture Fair, Design Art Miami/Bazel, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Taylor is a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art, London, and has taught at the University of Art and Design (ECAL), Lausanne, Switzerland.
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Red silicone rubber body comprising long cylindrical handle with horizontal striations and broad cylindrical suction-cup like lamp with small circular lens in center, covering LED light source.