Holographic Design Trend
One of the most original trends that have been the topic of discussion within the industry for quite some time now is the holographic avant-garde. This trend is more aesthetically pleasing than others mostly because of its visual and three-dimensional character. It is about turning a simple object into a complete visual masterpiece. Today, Best Design Books will show how holographic design trend can be adapted into product design.
While this sort of design has been around for decades inclusively dating back to the 1920s, as of recent, it has been in a renaissance period where multiple creators have applied to their products. In order to achieve these mind-bending effects, all you need is a curated selection of furniture, lighting, and upholstery. Psychedelic-like visuals, experimental and inspiring, drive us into an ancient atmosphere that becomes futuristic. It’s all happening indoors.
In a digital era, the pixel is king, described as the smallest single component of a digital image. Embracing real and virtual the Pixel Nightstand is ideal for those looking for a metallic ambiance in the bedroom. With two drawers it is perfect to keep your bedside books and computer or tablet coexist.
A contemporary descendant of midcentury modern style, the Quantum Mirror is not just a spot-on reﬂection of the atomic age design, it is a leap forward. A set of gold plated spheres arranged in a circular pattern creates a stunning visual effect. It is the ideal finishing touch for a modern living room or bedroom. A magnificent design inspired in the 50’s legacy.
BLOOM III CHAIR
Wrap yourself in a soft flower petal and revel in the fluidity of graceful lines gently curving around your body. A fresh new take on femininity, the Bloom Chair III was inspired by the tenderness of the prettiest Calla Lily floret and designed by Koket’s first class of summer interns in 2018. All proceeds from Bloom help fund Koket’s intern/mentorship program.
Babel contemporary pendant belongs to placid and splendid interior design space. The magnificent irregular shape of each crystal glass conquered by the glass master craftsman, creating a unique pattern of lighting refraction. It’s perfect to use as a single item or in harmony with more than one element in the same luxurious ambiance.
What do you think about the holographic design trend in your home decor? Feel free to comment and share!
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