The evolving role of mirrors

Thursday, 8 December 2011

In Flakes by Mount Fuji
Mirrors are more than just a decorative item to be placed on a wall to simply reflect the surface of one's surroundings. They are increasingly complex, in-depth objects: containing worlds of multimedia functions, offering smart design solutions and intellectual aesthetics akin to contemporary art, while remaining poetic and playful.

Rivers & Streams by Sans Soucie Art Glass

Distorted and fragmented realities can be created by fractured mirrors and multiple angles, while designers are increasingly taking mirrors back to their primitive roots, styling them as chunks of mineral or expanses of still, reflective water.

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