The reflective backings and the wooden frames of the Antipodi Collection have been assembled in a way that isn't particularly atypical. The set comprises a small stretched hexagon, a medium-sized pentagon and a tall rectangle with beveled corners. The first has been designed to be hung, the second perches on a stand and the third sits on the floor.
Simon Simonelli was not done with his pieces just yet. Using a 3D printer, the designer created joints for the timber components in bright red, forming supportive feet and protruding loops and handles that most looking glasses of these types do not have. These accessories of the Antipodi Collection facilitate the connection of a suspension cord, the easy lifting and shifting of tabletop reflector and the controlled turning of the full-length mirror.
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Quirky Upturned Reflectors
Severed Storage Looking Glasses
Forest Creature Reflectors
Personified Clothes Pegs
Sculptural Full-Length Reflectors
The Antipodi Collection Features 3D-Printed Corners for Easy Interaction
By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 5, 2013 • References: simonesimonelli.it