Mad King has made a name for himself in the design world by crafting items that are inspired by nature. This time though, Jake Johanson aka Mad King decided to dance to the tunes of the psychedelic concept and designed a Near Infinite Table #3, which forms a part of his elite Near Infinite Table collection.
Some may term it obnoxious, while others might call it a gorgeous piece of art, but the table speaks volumes about exploration and playing with the infinity mirror effect. The highlighting feature of the table is the private one-way mirror. The spy mirror forms the surface of the table and faces another coated mirror that lies at the bottom.
These mirrors create a psychedelic pattern for the human eyes and their various reflections confuse us more with what’s real and what’s not. Another highlight of the square structure is hand-sculpted paintings.
In addition to this, the table design also includes low polygon koi that are not fixed and can be moved as per one’s liking. The entire board is sheathed in PCB (printed circuit board) patterns which add a psychedelic touch to it.
Measuring 38-inches in length and breadth, and 18-inches in height, thin metal legs carry the weight of the table in considerable aplomb. Moreover, the table also features fully programmable RGBW lights and a MIBoxer controller that can be adapted to any smart home setup.
The table is constructed from a long list of items with the likes of maple, painted maple veneer, steel, frosted acrylic plexiglass, styrofoam, tempera, and enamel. This square table is guaranteed to make your guest a little jealous and will also intrigue their interest in interior design and modern-day furniture. The table is mostly suited for corporate offices and can also be placed in the living room of your home.