Still, a constant in all of her work is an “insane” attention to detail and commitment to quality. “I find it interesting to juxtapose surfaces, materials and forms while presenting an aesthetic of balance and calm.”
Interior design is another vehicle for her to create, tying form to function. “I love a design challenge, and I don’t like repetition. If someone came to me and said, ‘I love what you did for so-and-so, will you do that for me?’ I feel compelled to convince them to go in a unique direction. I tend to design pieces that people haven’t seen before, or suggest an atypical use for a space,” Taslitz says. “Home is your place to be used, lived in and have lots of stories. Yes, I have a consistent design sensibility, but ultimately, every project is individual to that person, family or business.” Taslitz’s design work has encompassed private homes, offices, restaurants, and private aviation.
She has been featured in top publications such as Architectural Digest, Artnet, Los Angeles Times, Interior Design, Refinery 29, Vogue and Vice. Her permanent, public commissions can be viewed at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden and the Manhattan Beach Public Library. Her pieces have sold at major auction houses including Sotheby’s.