The Korean based studio Orijeen created a cutting-edge furniture collection called “Color Flow”. Color-changing storage pieces comprising of a wardrobe and a small cabinet were produced using a lenticular process. Which is composed of a translucent plastic sheet containing a set of convex lenses on one side, and a flat surface on the other.
The wardrobe color-changing tones range from yellow to blue, while the small cabinet rotates from pink-hues to blue depending on your position and movement.
The color alterations are supposed to remind owners of the relationship between humans and inanimate objects and help people more actively and joyfully experience the products.