Consider time as a continuation of ‘now’s. Not a single one is the same.
So consistent and everlasting, one can easily forget its weight, take it for granted.
One meets miracles at every single ‘now’, although some are forgotten and only some remain.
These objects grasp time from the sunlight and shed unexpected, unrepeatable moments for you to cherish.
It unveils pieces of time through the meetings between light and light-refracting materials.
This low coffee table consists of two levels of different height, with a glass prism filling in the gap between the tops.
The sunlight circulates around the object, and when it touches the glass in the right way, it shall break down into a rainbow that you might meet.
The prism is a medium that represents/visualizes pieces of time.
It also plays an optical illusion with the graphic underneath the table, which appears and disappears according to vantage point, standing for the ungraspable aspect of time.
walnut solid wood, glass
Master degree project, department of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design,Konstfack, University College of Art, Crafts and Design