Plexiglass Trap!

It seems like every once in a while there’s a big slew of illusion-based designs that come through. Remember that 2-legged table? Me either. Here’s something like it though, in the two leg department. It’s both the Magica (black) and the Magica2 (white), coming at you with two legs, wait! No! Four legs?! What in the world? Oh I see what you did there.

Two of the legs here have been replaced with plexiglass to create an illusion of magical proportions. Surely there can be no balance on two legs? Yes there may be.

Designer: Davide Conti

19 Comments

  • MIke says:

    Really beautiful this chair! deserve to be in a museum! so good!! Mike

  • MIke says:

    Really beautiful this chair! deserve to be in a museum! so good!! Mike

  • Ron says:

    Brilliant.

  • Ron says:

    Brilliant.

  • good practical

  • good practical

  • eric says:

    plexiglas (acrylic) is incredibly brittle. unless the occupant is weightless, they'll end up breaking the sheet and end up falling on top of it, probably getting a shard of it in the arse

  • eric says:

    plexiglas (acrylic) is incredibly brittle. unless the occupant is weightless, they'll end up breaking the sheet and end up falling on top of it, probably getting a shard of it in the arse

  • Ramirez says:

    esta es una gran silla

  • Ramirez says:

    esta es una gran silla

  • Edddddd says:

    Nice idea, It looks good in a 3d rendering but I guess the plexiglass won't be so invisible in real life,
    If you want it to be as transparant as possible it will also reflect a lot.
    Unless you put an an Antireflection coating on it,but that will come at a price

    • Diego says:

      I have a one-piece-rounded-glass-table and I may add, it's almost invisible… we put it in a corner because it's pretty dangerous if there's nothing on it

  • Edddddd says:

    Nice idea, It looks good in a 3d rendering but I guess the plexiglass won't be so invisible in real life,
    If you want it to be as transparant as possible it will also reflect a lot.
    Unless you put an an Antireflection coating on it,but that will come at a price

    • Diego says:

      I have a one-piece-rounded-glass-table and I may add, it's almost invisible… we put it in a corner because it's pretty dangerous if there's nothing on it

  • looks good. and you can get plexiglas that takes wuite a lot of weigth 🙂

  • looks good. and you can get plexiglas that takes wuite a lot of weigth 🙂

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