Escher, Tetris, tessellation and fractals all come to thoughts with this colorful set of angled seating components. Although their shapes may possibly appear unruly at first, any awkward initial impression is quickly dissipated when you see the components deployed.
Created by Alexander Lotersztain, the one particular catch (or at least counter-intuitive element) of this Prisma set might be the truth that each and every color does not necessarily denote a single shape, as it would in classic puzzle-piece games, so you may have to operate a tiny tougher to see how the pieces fit with each other.
But as soon as you get past that hurdle, you will uncover there are all kinds of formations achievable, from back-to-back person seats to stretched-out sofas with attached side tables, divided (or not) with backs and sides.
The constituent pieces are themselves straight-forward: medium-density fiberboard with either fabric or leather finishes, the former available in vibrant and distinctive colors, or basically unfinished altogether.