The Invisible Furniture Designs Trick One's Visual Senses

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: • References: tmiyakawadesign & designtaxi
Tricking the visual senses is easily done with these invisible furniture designs.

Created by Brooklyn-based artist Takeshi Miyakawa, the invisible furniture designs use mirrors with acrylic to make the tables and chairs disappear. Called ‘Visible / Invisible,’ the invisible furniture displays are ideal not only for crazed minimalist, but they’re also ideal for jokers who have a flair for art and design. The furniture has been shaped with the use of heat to provide some form of distinction among the tables and furniture.

Home owners and their guest can be easily amused with the invisible furniture designs of Miyakawa—imagine the number of times a guest would hit one of the tables or furniture; probably a lot since they’re barely noticeable. Stats for Barely-There Furniture Displays Trending: Older & Popular
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