The light and mirror installation at British designer Lee Broom’s London showroom for London Design Festival appears to transport visitors into the interior of a kaleidoscope.
Kaleidoscopica sees two of Broom’s most-used design elements – light and reflections – combined to create a hall of mirrors, with an assemblage of lamps at its centre.
The installation is made up of just 17 individual lights and two mirrors, but a cascade of reflections creates the appearance of one large chandelier formed of more than 200 lights.
“It is actually a fairly uncomplicated design using mirror, black carpet and clever angles,” Broom told Dezeen.
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