Jenny Nordberg is a skillful Swedish designer, whose modern and artistic mirrors are made with a liquid chemical-infused technique in less than five minutes. Dubbed 'Fluid Add-Ons' and debuting at the Stockholm Design Week, the furniture accessories stay true to their name by carrying a unique aesthetic that creates a whimsically mysterious ambiance in any room.
Jenny Nordberg borrows an artistic mirror-making technique from the 19th century. A chemical mixture, with liquid silver as a dominant ingredient, is poured partially onto the reflecting surface. The solution doesn't spread across the whole surface and quickly evaporates, leaving a thin residue of silver. Thus, the final design outcome for the artistic mirrors is always unpredictable even for Nordberg, as she is "fascinated with this concept of [her] being out of control."
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