Illusion is both interesting and inevitable in our daily life. I have noticed how the effect of illusion on people is very primal. It does not matter how old they are, how intelligent they are or what their background is, people just enjoy being deceived in a delightful and surprising way. The application of illusion to functional objects deserves further exploration. Its possibilities seem limitless.
The combinations and repetition of basic geometric shapes can be transferred between 2- dimensions and 3-dimensions. Creating different patterns can be used to realize different functions, as they are movable and flexible. Moreover, illusion can be created through the movements of folding and unfolding. Their patterns and functions can be transformed to create a wall decoration, a carpet or a piece of furniture such as a stool, a side table or a flower stand. These pieces are amusing and the visual impact adds color to our daily visual world.