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Carved Wooden Cabinet Looks Like Digital Glitch

Carved Wooden Cabinet Looks Like Digital Glitch

The 'Good Vibrations' storage unit looks like a photoshop trick, but is it?

Emma Hutchings

Renowned architect Ferruccio Laviani has designed this unique wooden cabinet, which seems to have been carved to look wavy and distorted. Mocovote reports that the ‘Good Vibrations’ storage unit is a preview piece for a new home interior collection.

Carved Wooden Cabinet Looks Like Digital Glitch

It was created during Laviani’s second year working with the Italian company Fratelli Boffi, and is due to be displayed at the 2013 Furniture Exhibition. It’s easy to presume there is something wrong with this image of the cabinet when you are looking at it through a digital screen.

It’s disorienting design looks like a computer glitch has caused the deformities across the piece. There is currently some debate over whether the cabinet is actually real (with intricate carved details creating its distorted appearance) or just a rendering produced using Photoshop.

What’s your guess? Share your thoughts on Twitter!

Ferruccio Laviani

PSFK Writer Emma Hutchings
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