Industrial Design News - design345.com. London-based designer Roger Arquer recently designed a new stool for furniture manufacturer Zilio A&C, dubbed the “Sputnik Stool.”
The stool’s design presents a single piece of bend metal rod that defines its structure and function. This inner metal piece holds the legs of the stool together, offering a strong structure, while three highs for the footrest. The different heights of the footrest allow several positions for comfort. Further information regarding “Sputnik” is available through the company’s site. You might also like: Industrial Design News - design345.com. Visible Structures by Nendo is a series of 12 pieces of furniture that are made from foam core and reinforced with industrial strength carbon tape.
Strips of black tape provide the visible structure but also operate as the graphical element on each piece. The result? Furniture that can be disassembled and reassembled easily. You might also like: Optical Illusion BookCase. Designer John Leung from ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects built this optical illusion bookshelf.
The design is based on the famous 2D illusion, now rendered in confounding 3D. The bookshelf seems like 4 shelves on the left side but only 3 shelves on the right side. Continue for Video. From the designer: “Inspired by the famous 2D drawing of the optical illusive bookshelf, a 3D structure is translated and the “Bias of Thought” bookshelf is formed.
Optical Illusion Shelves by Bjorn Jorund Blikstad. This is the sort of optical illusion, still concept, called Imeuble, designed by Bjorn Jorund Blikstad.
The octagon shapes are angled up and appear to be flat and 3D at the same time. Optical Illusion Bookshelf. A brilliant optical illusion bookshelf designed by Clarke Hopkins Clarke which reminds me of Lara Knutson’s three string shelf.
(via mocoloco) Interesting Optical Illusion Home Design. Now here’s something you don’t see every day – Optical Illusion Home Design!
Sure you probably have seen illusion bottle holders or floating magazine holder. But today we will talk something bigger, like your furniture, your wall paint, your carpet and your yard. I am not sure is that actually user-friendly, but it is definitely eye-catching. You can easily impress or confuse your guest. lol 1. Optical Illusion Chair With Only One Whole Leg.