A mix of art, technology and furniture, the Studio Swine Prism Cabinet keeps a hologram hidden inside. The outside of the cabinet is remarkable in itself. Made from reclaimed London hardwood, the different shades and colors of wood come together to create a geometric collage pattern.
Open up the doors of this piece and inside, you will find a 180 degree holographic representation of Keiichi Matsuda's Prism installation. This art installation visualizes data about London, like what the weather is and how much power the city is using at a time.
Since you can't really put anything in the Studio Swine Prism Cabinet because of the hologram, perhaps you should think of it more like a really cool table. I would love to put a record player on top of it.
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