The Trillusion Installation by Boris Banozic tests one's visual boundaries. Students from the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt have created this striking structural piece under the direction of the architect.
Displayed at Milan design week's SaloneSatellite, the interactive art piece explores the marriage between furniture and space. The memorable structure is brightly painted and features a series of graphically geometric elements that question whether furniture defines space or is an extension of it.
A bench, table and desk are fused into the structure, appearing to extend further into it with help from optically deceptive forms. The Trillusion Installation by Boris Banozic blurs the boundaries of perception, offering visitors angle distortions, sharp spatial forms and other visually vivid design elements.
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