Upside Down Taj Mahal becomes a Table
A table designed by the Studio Job. The four minaret (spires) of the Taj Mahal became its legs when it is put upside down. To match its length with its central dome, the designers have lengthened its spires. The designers have changed colour of the white marble wonder to black. The table was unveiled at the Art Basel Miami 2012 and has just eight pieces of its kind; each priced at $45,455.
Studio Job is a Dutch-based design studio. The studio was formed by Job Smeets and the lead designers of the studio are Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel.