Specchi Di Proust Wall Mirror

Designed by:  Alessandro Mendini
Manufactured by:  Glas Italia

Rectangular shaped mirror that is characterized by its frame whose texture is obtained through uniform polychrome paint strokes.  Available with double vertical and horizontal fixtures.  Price includes shipping to the USA.  Manufactured by Glas Italia.
27.5" W, 39.3" H
$1,810.00
Designed by:  Alessandro Mendini
Manufactured by:  Glas Italia

Rectangular shaped mirror that is characterized by its frame whose texture is obtained through uniform polychrome paint strokes.  Available with double vertical and horizontal fixtures.  Price includes shipping to the USA.  Manufactured by Glas Italia.
27.5" W, 39.3" H
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Designed by:  Alessandro Mendini
Manufactured by:  Glas Italia

Rectangular shaped mirror that is characterized by its frame whose texture is obtained through uniform polychrome paint strokes.  Available with double vertical and horizontal fixtures.  Price includes shipping to the USA.  Manufactured by Glas Italia.
27.5" W, 39.3" H

Glas Italia

Glas Italia, established in 1970 in Italy’s Lombardy region, produces a stunning, modern range of furniture typologies – dining tables, coffee tables, storage units, wardrobes, screens and partitions, display cabinets, mirrors, accessories, even chairs, sofas, and chaises – that stretch the possibilities of form and function while celebrating the inherent transparent, translucent, and ethereal qualities associated with glass. After nearly five decades, Glas Italia has developed a core collection of classics that it expands annually with new designs. Switch Modern presents a range of Glas Italia designs – online and in our Atlanta showroom – by Jean-Marie Massaud, Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola, Nendo, Ettore Sottsass, Piero Lissoni, Tokujin Yoshioka, Patrick Norguet, and Alessandro Mendini.