Left photo: The Miraggio mirror designed by the Campana Brothers for Edra, Italy, in 2009 features an assemblage of laser-cut pieces of varying sizes that have been "stitched" together to create a reflective surface that blurs the boundaries of fine art and design. Right photo: The Francis mirror recently designed by Constance Guisset for Petite Friture, France, explores the aesthetics associated with the interaction of pigments with fluid - available in several engaging colorways.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall - which of you is actually the fairest of them all? Hmmm... let's see... with over 70 incredible options from nearly 20 design manufacturers, that's not an easy answer. Well... actually it is easy... of course, it's all of them! Ranging from wall-mounted to leaning, rectilinear and round to atypical and amorphic, from early 20th century designs through postmodern, contemporary, and avant garde, Switch Modern offers an amazing range of mirrors - all have a common denominator... your reflection will be contextualized within an extraordinary design.
Left photo: Eduard Samso's Mirallmar mirror from 1991 features an assemblage of deconstructed reflective squares and is now considered an icon of postmodern design. Right photo: Jaime Hayon's playful treatment of his 2016 King Kong mirror form "reflects" this designer's burgeoning iconographic visual vocabulary. Chronologically separated by 25 years, both mirrors are manufactured by BD Barcelona, Spain.
Switch Modern shows nearly 20 different mirrors created by critically-acclaimed designers for Glas Italia, Italy. Left photo: Alessandro Mendini's Lesena employs the schematic shape of a column. Right photo: Johanna Grawunder's Color on Color mirror sports rectilinear fields of overlapping color.
Two striking floor mirrors from Piero Lissoni for Glas Italia - Kooh-I-Noor (left photo) and Paradox (right photo). Both leaning floor mirrors are characterized by their fabulously irregular perimeters - each functions on a highly sculptural level and will instantly become a focal point in any interior.
Some early 20th century classics - Antoni Gaudi's iconic Calvet mirror (center photo) from 1902 is flanked by two 1927 designs by Eileen Gray - the Castellar mirror (left photo) manufactured by ClassiCon, Germany, is hinged so that the user can swing out the upper left square; the designer's Satellite mirror (right photo) produced by Ecart International, France, sports an integrated light that can be rotated (and reflected) within the mirror. The clever features that Gray has integrated into these two mirrors are not only practical, they provide great visual interest.
Ren Standing Mirror (left photo) designed by Neri & Hu for Poltrona Frau, Italy, provides a luxe combination of materials - brass finish, saddle leather, and walnut. The Narcisse floor mirror (center photo) manufactured by Giorgetti, Italy, is another example of the sophisticated aesthetics achieved by combining the mirror's reflective surface within a frame of bronze finish and solid canaletto wood. Marcel Wanders' Dream Wall mirror (right photo) for Poliform infuses minimalism with grandeur through its large-scale leaning form.
Combining the effects of molded polycarbonate and the material's inherent translucency, Kartell has created some remarkable mirrors. Ludovica + Roberto Palomba's All Saints Mirror from 2013 is flanked by Philippe Starck's Francois Ghost mirror (left) from 2004 and Only Me mirror (right) from 2012. Not only are all available in different sizes, all are available in clear/transparent as well as a range of translucent and opaque colors.
For more information on any of these extraordinary mirrors manufactured by Alessi, BD Barcelona, Bensen, ClassiCon, Driade, Edra, GAN Gandia Blasco, Giorgetti, Glas Italia, Haymann, Hive, Kartell, Kenneth Cobonpue, Moooi, Petite Friture, Poliform, Poltrona Frau, and Verpan, please contact us at 404-605-0196 or firstname.lastname@example.org