The Financial Times – How to spend it Featuring Merve Kahraman

Thanks to The Financial Times – How to spend it Magazine for featuring the Merve Kahraman Diplopia coffee table in their Eclectibles page.

The Diplopia coffee table was conceived from the idea of creating an object that conveys an optical illusion. The stereographic effect is produced through combining different kinds of marble. The asymmetric form of the marble table top adds to the illusion of diplopia. Monochrome and colored versions of diplopia come with polished or unpolished brass legs. Bigger sizes are available upon request.

Available at Wren £2,760 (http://www.mervekahraman.com/projects/view/21)

 

 Financial Times How to Spend It - 1st February 2014 Cover

Financial Times How to Spend It - 1st February 2014