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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