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Glass Doorknob Lets You Peer into the Next Room

From the mind of architect Hideyuki Nakayama comes “A Room in the Glass Globe,” a doorknob that offers a glimpse into the next room over. What appears to be a reflection is in fact a funhouse vision of what’s behind the door.

Nakayama [translated]:

Got glass door knobs, doors are one piece. And to exert a hand to the knob, such as snow globes as if the room is trapped somewhere. Small furniture, small windows, a closer look There is also a small figure. When you knock on the door, stood a figure approaching. Oh! moment I thought, is enclosed inside a glass ball the whole hand now in front of the light. open Beyond the door, people were standing inside the glass.

(Spoon & Tamago via Neatorama)

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