The use of gradients has become much more prevalent in many industries after people started to adopt the ombre look in fashion and beauty; yet designer Dmitry Kozinenko uses this aesthetic in a unique way for his latest furniture collection. Appropriately dubbed 'In the Fog,' it is comprised of various shelving units that is decorated with strategic perforations from top to bottom.
Dmitry Kozinenko uses bigger holes on one end of each piece in order to create the illusion of fog and mist wile the other end becomes much more saturated in color. Each of the pieces are made out of metal, which brings a different texture to the overall designs. Dmitry Kozinenko manages to play with optical illusions in a way that brings an artistic twist to the living space.
Gradient Perforated Shelving
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