Milord Mirror Has a Multifaceted Structure to Give it Stability

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 12, 2012 • References: clercdesign &
The Milord Mirror is not fixed to a hinged frame and nor does it need to lean against a wall to remain upright. This fabulous abstract home accessory stands on its own thanks to an irregular multifaceted form.

It appears as though six thin panels of steel were cut into assorted shapes and pieced together at width-matched edges. The bottom of the vertical looking glass comprises much shorter segments while two fairly lengthy sections on either side face outward and offer greater uninterrupted reflections.

To accent the chic Milord Mirror in a way that captures the eye even more than its idiosyncratic structure alone, designer Francois Clerc applied a layer powder-coated color to the inside of every component. Because of its asymmetrical configuration, the vivid hues are visible from most angles. Stats for Sculptural Full-Length Reflectors Trending: Older & Chilly
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