You must have learned in physics class that when a beam of light hits a prism, it is broken down into its color spectrum. This designer piece mimics this concept of refraction and creates beautiful optical illusions. This Designer coffee table made of glass was designed by Maurie Novak for MN design designed a new architecture and design studio in Melbourne, Australia. Of the “Prism Table” In fact, it cannot break rays of light as it is not made of crystal, but only of glass and stainless steel. But what else is there? A third material is added to mimic the concept of rays of light.
Designer glass coffee table inspired by the refraction of light
While rays of light cannot be held and touched, these “rays” here are colored rubber bands. They are attached to the stainless steel frame and create different patterns. The visualization of the concept is as awesome as the end result. The designer plays with the viewer’s perception and creates flashy 3D effects.
Designer coffee table made of glass, stainless steel and … rubber bands
This Designer coffee table made of glass tells a story. From every point of view it looks different and represents a new combination of colors and patterns. The design is mesmerizing in its simplicity. Weaving and twisting the rubber bands creates a geometric composition that is far more than dynamic. Mixing the colors across the layers creates a feeling of constant movement. This is not a living room table to pile up vases and memorabilia. Thanks to the glass plates, users can see the colorful strands from all sides. The table is currently available for sale.
different from every point of view
Rubber bands attached to the stainless steel rod
creative furniture object