Illusion in Design: New Trends in Architecture and Interiors by Paul Gunther and Gay Giordano depicts the way optical illusions are used by architects, interior designers, and furniture designers. From solving practical issues and challenges to helping create bold aesthetic elements, these illusions range from trompe-l’œil to Escher-like effects and faux bookcases that conceal doors. The book showcases cutting-edge applications of optical illusions used in the fields of architecture, design, furniture, and art. Illusion in Design features residences and spaces around the world, with projects completed by conceptual designers and award-winning studios also included.
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