Taj Mahal, the extensively recognized “Seven wonders of the world” in Agra, India is distinguished for its architectural beauty.
Commissioned by Shah Jahan, one of the distinguished Mughal emperors in the memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal, the monument has always inspired the design and architectural world. But the Belgian design firm Studio Job has taken its inspiration to another level with the classic Taj Mahal table that it has unveiled at the Art Basel Miami 2012. The upside down TajMahal table is an exemplary work of art with innovation and tradition going hand in hand. The iconic bronze Taj Mahal Table boasts flashy gilt domes and is reportedly based on the same architectural principles except few changes in the design to make it upside down.
The Taj Mahal table by Studio Job is the classiest memento at $45,450. This invention design was created for the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in London as part of a tremendously partial version of eight, each of which is transaction for €36,000 at Design/Miami Basel. The all new charming Taj Mahal Table is made from bronze and even without the use of luxurious pebbles or gold; this extraordinary lavishness memento has shaped a feeling of its own at the Art Basel Miami 2012. Studio Job has make known that the company will launch the Taj Mahal Table in an incomplete version arrangement, with only eight examples marked for production.