From the outside, it looks like a traditional, albeit modernist, dining room cabinet. But circle around the side, and you’ll find a little peephole. Look inside, and you’ll find that artist sebastian errazuriz has made the standard silver service into a mirrored kaleidoscope of shapes. via designboom.
‘the space between the void’ (the kaleidoscope cabinet), 2013
walnut hardwood, bevelled mirrors, bronze, optical lens and electric components
all images courtesy of sebastian errazuriz
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