Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Table subconciously mimics the effects of daylight

Designer Daniel Rybakken created a seemingly simple table that produces an ingenious effect via a hidden light, which you might be able to figure out from its name: Subconscious Effect of Daylight. The light under the table top projects an image below it that mimics the shadow sunlight might make streaming though a window. So if you have a room that feels dark and enclosed, here's your solution for making it feel bright, open and airy. This is just a prototype right now, but hopefully Daniel will find a producer soon.


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