The Cube Illusion Lidded Case is Abstractly Sculptural

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 6, 2011 • References: contemporist
The Cube Illusion Lidded Case may look like a beautiful and intricate sculpture that simply serves an aesthetic purpose; however, there is more than meets the eye with this design. This intriguing creation is actually a container that has an overall cubic form. Yet thanks to some mind-boggling features, it doesn't look like it does at all most of the time.

Created by Laszlo Tompa, the Cube Illusion Lidded Case boasts geometric ornaments produced by CNC wood turning. These geometric touches, which are on a diagonally symmetrical plane, are what give the 'box' its deceiving shape. Made out of cherry wood, it is a powerfully abstract piece of furniture that will certainly add that je ne sais quoi quality to any living space. Stats for Intricately Deceiving Containers Trending: Older & Mild
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