Finnish designer Henri Judin concentrates on vertical and horizontal lines, together with his love of optical illusions, in his most recent collection known as the Parallel Universe. Each layout was made in pairs with equal shapes and sizes, but using opposing lines — just one vertical and another flat — which make them structurally distinct.
The sticks in the seats and springs are laid out from other directions when they are piled, it makes a grid. The Liquorice shelves follow exactly the identical layout since the chairs, together with horizontal and vertical sticks which look like peppermint.
Seeking to exude artwork and optical illusions, the Sun & Moon tables have foundations with twisted horizontal steel bars which shape circular illusions.
The y=mx+b lamp is more chic in style composed of 3 black bars together with both centre bars being movable. The base centre bar ends up to stabilize the lamp, whereas the upper bar could be increased to turn into a job or reading light.
Source : DigsDigs