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It’s like suddenly finding yourself in Squid Game

The characteristic world of the record-breaking South Korean Netflix production is brought to life in the interior of a Chinese guesthouse. The colors, the shapes, the winding staircases are straight out of the show, but there’s a twist: the designers were not inspired by the show.

The reference is, indeed, Maurits Cornelis Escher, a 20th-century Dutch painter and graphic artist who played with perspective and the perception of space in his works based on mathematical logic. In the recently refurbished The Other Place in China, the Studio 10 architecture firm designed two unique apartments called Dream & Maze.

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