Color Flow Cabinets By Orijeen

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A visual symphony of vibrant colors.

Believing that design should highlight the link between the user, the product, and the environment, Seoul-based studio Orijeen creates beautiful, thoughtful designs for the modern home. Among the studio’s projects, the Color Flow collection stands out thanks to its ingenious and creative design. The futuristic furniture design concept combines minimalist lines with a lenticular surface that gives the objects a striking look.

Depending on the viewing angle, the cabinets change colors and create a focal point in any interior. At the same time, this visual effect enhances the relationship between the user and the object. The user’s movement enables the transformation, which gives the design a new dimension. Pink flows into magenta and powder blue, while yellow seeps into green and navy blue. The two designs include a tall wardrobe as well as a more compact living room cabinet. Both boast elegant curves and a captivating color palette that would make any room look bright and groovy. Photographs© Orijeen.

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