Floating plants may not have been in the cards in many future predictions, but alas here we are. The genius Hyukjoon Choi designs are built using thin layers of reflective materials that give the illusion that objects put on these shelves are floating.
Now that we've given you the secret sauce, let us tell you Mr. Choi's inspiration. Initially, Choi wanted to answer the introspective question: what if furniture is invisible? This eventually led to Mr. Choi deciding on creating a concept that imagined shelving and storage pieces to blend into the background of their surroundings.
Take a break from the 24-hour apocalyptic news cycle with three of our favorite online art magazines. We're not taking anything away from the seriousness of this epic pandemic, but if you're anything like us, your flight or fight response could use a much needed break.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2020 was scheduled to run from March 18th-25th, however the Coronavirus pandemic ended any possibility of this. As the world currently suffers through one of the worst virus outbreaks in modern history, a silver lining may be on the horizon in the form of how we view art today and in the future.
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