The Tetsuo Kondo Architects Mirror Must be Viewed Straight-On

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Dec 22, 2009 • References: & dezeen
A functional piece with sculptural qualities, the Tetsuo Kondo Architects Mirror is unique in that if you look at it from anywhere but straight in front, you’ll see a cloudy image rather than a clear reflection.

The architects achieved this effect by laying a special film over the glass of the Mirror. This renders the Tetsuo Kondo Architects Mirror non-reflective when seen from an angle, so you can only view a clear reflection of yourself if you stand directly in front of it. Stats for Angle-Sensitive Mirrors Trending: Older & Chilly
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