Mind-Boggling Furniture Space Illusion


This has got to be one of the craziest spaces we’ve ever seen! Architect Boris Banozic worked with students from the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt to create Trillusion, an installation that explores the relationship between furniture and space. Using three colors – black, white and orange – they formed an “abstract shadow of play” that messes with your mind. The piece asks you to question whether furniture defines space or is an extension of it.

It was displayed at the SaloneSatellite during Milan design week.

Can you spot the bench, bar table and desk? Wild!



via [FrameWeb]



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