Caustics. Ah! The beautiful refractive web of light at the bottom of a pool that dances to the movement of the water. Caustics look beautiful and give a sense of volume because they indicate that light has passed through something dense. However that isn’t the case with the Caustics chair. Designed to give the illusion of the caustic effect, the chair uses a thin, virtually transparent fabric held together on a chair-frame. The fabric intersects itself in a way that makes it look almost like a caustic effect from afar. However, in reality the chair is feather light, and an absolute delight to look at from any angle!
Designers: Joel Wong Liang Zhou & Amanda Gunawan.
( H/T: Yanko Design )