Designer Hervé Langlais revives 1960s Op Art in his ‘Shifting Reflections’ furniture collection

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Optical illusions and abstractions are back, in the form of stunning wooden furniture with truly baffling patterns and designs. Hervé Langlais, the creative director of the Paris-based Galerie Negropontes, has revived the 1960s style of Op Art, in his spectacular ten-piece furniture collection, known as Shifting Reflections.

The series includes an ingeniously-crafted console, called Op Art Chest of Drawers. Priced at $28,132, the product’s black-and-white exterior creates a sense of gradually-undulating waves. The second piece, titled the Vibration Console Table, contains a set of irregularly-spaced brass columns, which in turn produce the effect of spatial depth. It is currently being sold for $16,879.

Interested buyers can head over to the online furniture store, 1stdibs.

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To know more about the series, visit the gallery’s official website.

Via: Curbed

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Designer Hervé Langlais revives 1960s Op Art in his ‘Shifting Reflections’ furniture collection

Optical illusions and abstractions are back, in the form of stunning wooden furniture with truly baffling patterns and designs. Hervé Langlais, the creative director of the Paris-based Galerie Negropontes, has revived the 1960s style of Op Art, in his spectacular ten-piece furniture collection, known as Shifting Reflections.

The series includes an ingeniously-crafted console, called Op Art Chest of Drawers. Priced at $28,132, the product’s black-and-white exterior creates a sense of gradually-undulating waves. The second piece, titled the Vibration Console Table, contains a set of irregularly-spaced brass columns, which in turn produce the effect of spatial depth. It is currently being sold for $16,879.

Interested buyers can head over to the online furniture store, 1stdibs.

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To know more about the series, visit the gallery’s official website.

Via: Curbed

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