The idea behind Moiré mirror was to create patterns in vision that don’t really exist, these patterns are created by a light source behind the mirror and rotating disks. A moiré effect is created by overlaying two identical patterns on parallel transparent surfaces. Displacing or rotating either surface creates a new pattern not visible in either layer alone. The two disks are made from one-way mirror glass with a patterned lightproof film on the reverse. They are mounted on a steel frame in front of two concentric circular neon tubes. The mirror provides a simple reflection until the back disk is rotated, activating the moiré effect and revealing the light behind – controlling light through mirrors can be a cool decorative solution.