In an attempt to express the natural impression of colour over artificiality, Korean designer Saero Yoon developed a particular dying technique on acrylic resin.
Saerom Yoon designed a low table made of dyed acrylic resin. The dying technique, applied directly on the surface, maintains the object’s transparent effect, which is different from artificially printed acrylic.
The gluing process of each separate part causes a partial melting of the colour and a consequent mixing that gives the table a special glow and different layers. As a result, the optical illusion produces a distorted shaping through refraction and reflection.