New York-based design studio Bower created the Arch Mirrors, a series that is being showcased at the Triode Gallery in Paris. The Arch Mirrors are glass-constructed mirrors that are made to imitate the visual of three-dimensional windows and doorways. The design gives off the optical illusion that it is an opening rather than a reflection based on its construction. The glass mirrors are crafted in a variety of different tints to enhance the shaded visual effects on the different planes.
Each mirror from the series is framed with a thin line of solid wood to create some contrast. The contemporary pieces are an elegant addition to any space, as its optical effect creates the illusion of a more open-concept space.
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Bower Created the Arch Mirror to Resemble Windows and Doors
- By: Amy DuongMar 7, 2018