The Patrick Norguet Tryptique Mirror is Shape-Shifting Cool

By: Shiori Mine - Published: Jul 11, 2012 • References: mobilier.pleyel.fr and mocoloco
The Patrick Norguet Tryptique Mirror can be altered and positioned in a number of ways that reflect the space's overall environment. In collaboration with French piano maker Pleyel, Norguet designed a series of home decor pieces for the collection.

The three-paneled mirror is constructed from a series of swinging swivel mechanisms, allowing home owners to move the panels independently. Although these reflective boards appear ordinary at first glance, they are each coated with a matte black finish. This subtle lacquer creates an eye-catching ombre gradient when the panels are positions in a certain way, dependent on the surrounding space.

Although Pleyel is known for its high-end, quality instruments, the Patrick Norguet Tryptique Mirror is a reflective collaboration due to its clean-cut, elegant design.