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Lenscape by Kine Solberg
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Graduate designer Kine Solberg has designed window panels from circular glass lenses that manipulate photos of the landscape reflected across their surfaces

Solberg aimed to optimise the sum of light getting into by means of a glass surface, so formed the panels from a series of rotating lenses that also distort the view through their surface.
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“Lenscape is an exploration of the window as a simple architectural element and the way it can be made into an interactive characteristic in the interior,” mentioned Solberg. “What Lenscape aims to attain, is the style of a new interpretation of the window as a filter, be it in the sense of daylighting, or in relation to the framed view.”
Circular convex lenses are suspended inside of two concentric metal frames to kind a gimbal mechanism – a technique that allows rotation close to more than one axis.
Pivot points at the best and bottom connect the glass pieces to the 1st frame, then more connections on both side join this middle frame to the outer ring.

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