The mirror can be turned up, down and rotated 360 degrees. The base functions as a tray where you can keep items such as jewellery, make-up and keys. Mirror dimensions: 19,5 x 28 cm.
Clean with damp cloth.
Creating a simple mirror that offers a little bit more, was the ambition of the Spanish design studio, Javier Moreno Studio, creators of Flip. Flip is inspired by the traditional dressing table where one can check ones appearance in the mirror and at the same time keep all the small items that are nice to have close at hand before leaving the house.
Javier Moreno Studio says: "Typically, a mirror has only one function, but I wanted to design a mirror that could offer more. You usually look in the mirror just before leaving the house, so why not let it be there where you keep the last things you use to get ready, or need to remember just before you go?"
Javier Moreno Studio consciously avoided a geometric design for Flip. They wanted to use a freer and more organic shape for the mirror instead. The softness of the silhouette contrasts the glass and steel materials and gives Flip a friendly and accommodating expression.
Place Flip on a chest of drawers in the hallway or use it as a make-up mirror in the bedroom.
Design: Javier Moreno Studio
Javier Moreno graduated from EASD Alcoi, Alicante in Spain in 2005. After graduating, he started his career as a Product and 3D Designer for a toy factory. After that, he worked at a few companies as Product Designer and Product Manager in the field of furniture and packaging. Alongside this he developed some projects as a freelance designer for several both National and International companies before starting his own design studio - Javier Moreno Studio in 2010.
"For me design should be something that matters. Nowadays everything is becoming immaterial and increasingly virtual, but humans still needs objects and materials in their daily lives. Design should be something close to people and also aesthetically pleasing. I like being meticulous and in the design process I try to get the maximum of using less. My approach is clear, simple and close to the final user."