Manufactured by Porada | Design by L. de Limburg Stiurm The rounded canaletta walnut beam holds up the Hook mirror as it elegantly hangs down from the wall. With a slim and long appearance, the Hook is both delicate and prominent.
Manufactured by Porada | Design by Mario Dell’Orto & Emanuela Garbin A solid Frassino ash frame and brushed brass inserts subtly frame the octagonal reflective glass that creates the Hotto mirror masterpiece. The ingenuity of Italian designers creates a personalized innovation … Continue reading “Hotto”
Manufactured by Porada | Design by Mario Dell’Orto & Emanuela Garbin The bevelled edges of the Levante Mirror utilize solid canaletta walnut with brushed bronzed brass inserts to encompass the mirrored glass and generate a coherent look. The wooden frame can … Continue reading “Levante”
Manufactured by Fiam Italia | Designed by design Massimiliano e Doriana Fuksas Wall mirror with rim in 8 mm-thick fused glass with silvered back around a 5-mm flat mirror. Rear mounting panel allows for hanging in various positions.
Manufactured by Fiam | Design by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas The Mary Mirror delivers a visual reflection in an elegant elliptical shape. The 8mm thick fused glass frame creates an illusion of swirling movement. The size and range of the mirror … Continue reading “Mary”
Manufactured by Porada | Design by T. Colzani A stunning wall mirror on a grande scale, the Megalux stands out with an intricately carved mosaic mirrored frame. Available in square or rectangular.
Manufactured by Fiam | Design by Daniel Libeskind The innovative Mirage TV Mirror has the ability to transform the reflective glass into a television display. The built-in frame accommodates a television set and transmits the vision through the titanium-colored glass. The … Continue reading “Mirage TV”
Manufactured by Driade | Design by Francesco Bolis The Miro triptych room screen brings the beauty of photography and design together, starring the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, which has been a stumble of Milan since 1865. The three stunningly … Continue reading “Miro”