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Laszlo Tompa | Cube illusion

Objects Laszlo Tompa | Cube illusion

Laszlo Tompa | Cube illusionA wooden storage box with a cover. A cube is seamlessly covered with three different bodies of revolution that engage in each other, thereby producing a powerful, geometrical design sculpture. The decorating elements create an optical illusion—one would not think at first sight that the box contains a relatively large storage space.

Laszlo Tompa | Cube illusion

Laszlo Tompa | Cube illusion

DesignerLaszlo Tompa 
Dimensions: 40x40x40 cm, material: cherry wood

 

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