Earlier this year, creative Oskar Zieta completed the Nawa Pavilion— a structure that dependent on inflated metal, in Wroclaw. The technique that the Polish designer used for his installation, as well as his latest mirror collection, is called FiDU ('Freie Innen Druck Umformung'). From German, this is translated to internal pressure formatting.
Oscar Zieta applies his inflated metal technique to a trio of stainless steel mirrors. The available colors include Sapphire, Emerald and a Gradient of the two. The visual dominance of the creations is apparent and the inflated metal surely adds a unique twist to the silhouettes. The material of the mirrors allows them to become a strong embellishment for interior design as they call attention to themselves by way of engaging reflective surfaces.
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