We start with the wildness. This “Art S=4pieR2″ is spelled a bit incorrectly, but you can see the correct characters below in the image. This bit of suspended-in-space furniture has two flat sides – one’s an LCD screen for television, the other’s a mirror. The rest is for where you’d put your decks of cards and Faberge eggs and such.
The second, the long one, aka the “Mystere Hyde” is a visual technology piece. Foremost it is a gigantic gal-darned mirror. It’s big enough to see Aunt Edna in. Then what do you know! The middle flips up to reveal a 42″ LCD screen tv again! I feel like I’m on “The Price is Right.” Also there’s shelves under the big mirrors also -flip them up as well.
The “Why Not” is the simplest of the bunch, with four panels: a mirror, a cabinet with a glass panel over it, a television, and some shelves with no cover. Very square.
And last we’ve got one magnificent magnitude of a proportion of modernism. This amalgamation goes by the name “Soul of Pop” and has lots of roundness to it. Several of the panels are mirrored in the back, the television in the center has a mirrored glass front, and look! Two of the shapes match – they’re symmetrically placed! Those are the speakers.
Base for your face.
Designer: Dalcans Design