Designers Claudio Larcher and Filippo Protasioni combined advanced robotic technology with Italian design to create this collection of concrete mirrors for Clique Editions.
The mirrors were inspired by The Canton of Ticino, an Italian-speaking region in Switzerland, and were styled with Egyptian antiquity and Persian architecture in mind. Each piece of concrete was collected from local stones, and acts as a subtle nod to nature. Unique in design, the collection features a variety of different sculptural elements, some elaborate, some subtle. One mirror appears to be balancing on a rocky terrain, while another is equalized between a maze-like base.
Clique Editions feature unique Italian designs with "electric hearts" allowing consumers to contemplate the artistic existence of each every day item.
Minimalist Concrete Mirrors
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