15 August, 2011

No Picnic Office by Elding Oscarson

I've just discovered one more fascinating interior design based on play-with-perception game: No Picnic office in Stockholm, located in an old stable building. The meeting rooms were concealed behind the mirrored wall, dividing the interior along it's axis. The wall, both see-through and mirrored, creates surprising illusion of space and seems to "disappear". Reflections and objects seen on the other side of the wall overlap at a certain angle. The autors behind this great concept is renowned Swedish design duo Elding Oscarson.

...and I really like this conference table, unusal office idea isn't it?





































photographer: Åke E:son Lindman via: yossawat

7 comments:

  1. Sinnsykt kule bilder!!! Jeg er delt i min stil, liker mange forskjellige stilarter, denne var spesiell og flott.
    Terassen min har en fantastisk utsikt, å det beste med utsikten er at ingen bilder blir like fra dag til dag siden lyset forandrer seg så fort.

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  2. Hei! Terassen din har utrolig vakker utsikt :)

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  3. Absolutely love it!

    xx
    Mari

    atelierinbox.com.br

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  4. What a cool office!
    Love those spiral stairs!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  5. That is so fabulous!!! Those dividing transparent walls are genius with mirrors here and there to capture amazing reflections. This is just amazing! That could be a great answer to dividing some of these huge loft areas. I'm in love with this post, it's going in my inspiration file.

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  6. Wow! So cool! I would love to go to work here everyday :)
    xx Marie

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