The Multichrome piece is situated on the intersection of art and design, uniqueness and reproducibility, sculpture and display. It creates the illusion of space and therefore, if you see it as a display, functionality and versatility. As the observer comes closer, one finds oneself deceived, trapped in the Luis XIV-like house of mirrors made of skewed and parallel sides. It exists in a constant state of flux, actively interacting both with the space surrounding it and with the viewer. In this way, the ever-changing artwork holds infinite possibilities and endows the viewer with the agency of completing it when they meet their reflection in its mirrored surface.