Seoul-based studio Orijeen has designed a collection of colourful furniture, which appears to change shades depending on the viewing angle.
Orijeen’s two-piece Colour Flow collection features a wardrobe and a small cabinet, both with rounded edges.
While the wardrobe is patterned with colour-changing hues ranging from yellow to blue, the small cabinet alternates from pink-tones to blue.
This effect is created by a lenticular surface, which consists of a translucent plastic sheet containing a set of small, convex lenses on one side, and a flat surface on the other.
These convex lenses create the illusion of depth on a two-dimensional surface, and make the furniture appear to change colour depending on the angle from which it is viewed.
By creating the illusion of colour-changing surfaces, the studio hopes to remind people of their connection to objects.
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