The light fragments that dance on the bottom of a pool or body of water are the inspiration behind the 'Caustics' chair furniture piece that utilizes illusion to recreate the event.
The 'Caustics' chair consists of an ultra-thin fabric that's virtually transparent in design that is held in place by a wire frame. This creates intersections that look like ripples of underwater light yet consist of no movement or refraction at all.
The 'Caustics' chair brings a certain level of depth and body to a space yet is quite light in design with an aesthetic that makes it almost disappear completely when not focused on. The 'Caustics' chair furniture piece is the design work of Joel Wong Liang Zhou and Amanda Gunawan.
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The 'Caustics' Chair Furniture Piece is Inspired by Refractive Light
- By: Michael HemsworthNov 29, 2016