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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank
This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank
This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank
This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
Zoom Info
The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank
This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears by Thilo Frank

This seems like a rather disorientating experience and the green lighting would make me feel as if I was entering The Matrix. Inside the mirrored cube is a hanging swing which users are encouraged to interact with, which results in a peculiar feeling of the walls, floor and ceiling disappearing with the spatial centrifugal motion as they swing in to the infinite.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]

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