One hundred and twenty-four degrees is the precise angle that allows someone placed in the central axis of the mirror not to see himself: instead of his face, he will discover unexpected perspectives on his immediate environment. This object will please those who do not like to see themselves and / or who like to discover unexpected faces of the world. This ambivalence is reflected in the functionality of the object itself: it can be used as a classical mirror – for example, above the bathroom sink – or as an object of pure decoration, hanging on a wall or put on a table. The version with a tablet adds one more dimension, as the objects that we put there appear to us in 3 simultaneous angles.
The 124° mirror extends the work of the young Norwegian artist Daniel Rybakken on light and reflection.
Dimensions: small: W34 x D10 x H28cm – medium: W42 x D18 x H35cm – large: W42 x D12 x H58cm
Materials: stainless steel sheet, mirror polished – extruded aluminium profile, anodised – small shelf in solid ashwood, clear or black lacquered (only for medium size).
Delivery assembled in Carry Away package. Made in EU.