Daniel Rybakken's 124° Mirror is an artful study on reflection and perspective
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A result of Daniel Rybakken's studies surrounding the subject of natural light, it creates an unexpected dual-aspect reflection while punctuating the space with its sculptural form. The 124° Mirror can be either fixed to a wall or placed on a horizontal surface, offering endless applications in any room of the home.
A unique combination of utilitarian construction and poetic design, it is available in three sizes, and can also be ordered with an ash wood tray at its centre.
Artek was founded in 1935 by four young idealists; Aino and Alvar Aalto, Maire Gullichsen, and Nils-Gustav Hahl. They believed in a grand synthesis of art, architecture, design and technology; and the power it has to transform the way we live. This ambition and the resulting furniture made them one of the forerunners of modern design. Artek is perhaps best known for their Alvar Aalto furniture pieces such as the Stool 60 or Chair 69. But other seminal pieces on their roster include Ilmari Tapiovaara's Kiki Sofa and Enzo Mari's Sedia 1 Chair. The company are also known for their work with contemporary designers, artists and architects including Konstantin Grcic, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and Hella Jongerius.
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