when monochromatic schemes are underwhelming and color trends are overrated, orijeen’s color changing cabinets are sure to satisfy. the korean-based studio have created the pieces to change colour by applying a lenticular surface to their designs.

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a small sideboard ranges in shades of purples, pinks and blues

 

 

orijeen‘s mini collection – called ‘color flow’ – comprises of two storage pieces, both of which vary in color gradients. a freestanding wardrobe ranges in shades of greens and blues whilst a smaller sideboard highlights blues with pinks.

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different lenticular surfaces with varying color gradient properties can be applied

 

 

the chameleon-esque pieces change pose a visual change which hopes to remind the user of their relationship with the objects. orijeen, who work on a wide range of projects in the fields of furniture, products, space and concept research design, pride themselves on drawing attention to the connections between humans, design and the environment.

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video by orijeen

 

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an open view of the color flow cabinet

 

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a free standing wardrobe highlights greens and blues

 

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the objects change color using a lenticular process

 

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the color flow series comprises of two storage pieces

 

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edited by: kieron marchese | designboom