The Reframe Art Installation Features Multiple Perspectives

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Sep 4, 2012 • References: & sofiliumm.wordpress
The Reframe art installation is the collaborative creation of Dutch architecture and design studio Paul Scales and French architecture firm, Atelier Kit. Testing visual boundaries, this perspective-themed art piece made major waves at the Festival of Living Architecture in Montpellier, France.

Keeping in tune with the design festival's theme of 'surprise,' the simplistic cube structure features multiple perspective views that change according to a viewers angle. The muted piece is constructed out of semi-transparent polycarbonate sheets and steel plumbing pipes.

The Reframe art installation by Paul Scales and Atelier Kit showcases striking perspective views that vary from every angle of the impressive sculpture. Resembling a three-dimensional optical illusion, this complex structure was achieved with the use of simple materials and plenty of imagination. Stats for Optical Illusion Structures Trending: Older & Popular
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