Fold-flat furniture looks like isomorphic illustrations when it's collapsed

Jongha Choi's Master's thesis for Design Academy Eindhoven involved the creation of "De-dimension" furniture, which collapses into a flat, easily stored form when it's not in use — but when it's in its flat form, it looks like a perspective drawing of its expanded shape.

The accompanying dissertation, From 2D to 3D, discusses how the "stark difference" in his left-eye and right-eye vision sparked a lifelong interest in human perception of dimensionality, and how that led to these wonderful designs.

Hello World [Jongha Choi]

(via Wired)