The Layered Me Mirror by Studio mischer‘traxler embraces modern minimalism. The architectural home accessory is made up of a number of layered reflective panels, each standing at differing heights.
Studio mischer‘traxler designers Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler have created a boldly linear piece that is both aesthetically pleasing and inventive. The distinctively designed home accessory distorts one’s image reflecting it in a series of deconstructed forms instead of in one solid image.
The Layered Me Mirror is made up of multiple reflective glass panels that are held together by a wooden frame. Contributing to a distorted reflection, these mirror images are not only deconstructed and irregular but also vary in opacity according to their depth and thickness.
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