New York City's Bower Studios has created a chair with a pale concrete top that drapes over a metallic base to form folds on the floor.

The concrete's curvilinear shape is meant to look like it has melted, giving the piece the name Concrete Melt Chair.

The base is formed from strips of wood that the studio CNC-cut and then layered together.

The concrete has a pale, off-white hue and textured surface that comes in contrast to the reflective chrome-plated brass. The metallic structure comprises three pieces that form the bases and a small back.

The chair is the Brooklyn studio's latest design that plays with trickery and illusions.