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Horizon Mirror Horizontal Stainless Steel

290.00USD
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Materials:
Stainless steel, glass mirror
Size & Weight:
H: 40 x L: 80 x D: 17 cm
5 kg
Product Information:
The shelf is available in Stainless Steel or powder-coated in either White or Grey. The glass mirror is glued to the surface. Maximum load on the shelf is 1 kg.
Maintenance:
Clean with damp cloth.
About

Horizon Mirror

The design duo KaschKasch's persistent search for the perfect hybrid between functionality and aesthetics is materializing in the Horizon wall mirrors. With a simple geometric design, the KaschKasch mirror variations create a poetic play on reflections. Horizon is a collection of wall mirrors in varying geometric shapes that all have a steel shelf integrated into the design. The shelf serves as a practical place to put things on, at the same time creating a beautiful visual effect. “The idea came to us when we were making models from sheets of paper thinking of the horizon you see when you are at the seaside. It is a playful, and somehow poetic, experience to see the duplication in the mirror,” KaschKasch says when explaining the design. The reflection in the mirror gives depth to the horizon of the steel shelf while the items placed on the shelf are duplicated in the reflection. With a very simple set-up, a pleasant and fascinating sense of spaciousness is created.Horizon comes in three versions: a horizontal and a vertical mirror in the shape of rounded rectangles, plus a smaller circular one. The shelf is available in Stainless Steel or powder-coated in either White or Grey.
Designer

KaschKasch

The German design studio KaschKasch was founded by Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider in 2011. With a main focus on precise lines, geometric shapes and well thought out details, KaschKasch creates straightforward contemporary designs with a graphical expression. The young design team has already received critical acclaim for their work and has been nominated as "Best Newcomers" at the highly esteemed German Design Award. "We want to design relevant products and we always try to get the maximum out of the minimum by breaking every idea down to its essential elements. It's all about the details. We love the entire design process, from idea to finished product. We work with hand sketching, 3D rendering and 1:1 modelling, which allows us to fine-tune the design until we achieve just the right combination of aesthetics and function."