MIRAGE by Tokujin Yoshioka is the Japanese designer's latest project, created for Italian label LAMA. Revealed at Salone del Mobile in Milan, this modular mirror accessory allows users to customize and create their own reflective art pieces.
Whether displayed within a public space or a residential interior, this set of mirrors is made up of thin rectangular pieces that are easily shifted to create a user's desired pattern. The wall-hung mirror fixture can also be re-designed when one is looking to change up the vibe of their space.
Embracing modular design, MIRAGE by Tokujin Yoshioka creates a mirrored panorama on one's wall. The piece encourages creativity and allows for a number of countless arrangements that are sure to enhance any interior space.
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