'Photosynthesis' by Ehud Oren Features Furniture Disguised as Apartments

By: Michael Hines - Published: Nov 22, 2011 • References: ehudorenart & dezeen
'Photosynthesis' from Ehud Oren is a collection of furniture cleverly disguised as real-world objects. Oren's furniture is covered in photos taken in both Tel Aviv and New York City. The photos range from mundane piles of cardboard to breathtaking pictures of boats.

Easily the best pieces of 'Photosynthesis' are the cabinets designed to look like apartments. It is nearly impossible to discern the doors and drawers in these cabinets, which look more like miniature models of apartment buildings than anything else. The pieces that aren't disguised as apartments are equally as incredible, with the bundle of cardboard dresser being something that I could easily envision owning. If you are into deceptive furniture designs, then you will definitely want to check out 'Photosynthesis' from Ehud Oren. Stats for Condo-Resembling Cabinets Trending: Older & Chilly
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