Pursuing new methods to ‘interpret the shape of things’, I examine notions like heritage and memory in order to create design objects that can become bearers of meaning and value.
The idea behind these mirrors begins from two starting points – initially my obsession with perforated metal sheets and, in this case, a standard metal product with perforated patterns of squares. The second basic principle comes from my interest in Wiener Werkstätte and the work by Josef Hoffmann, who often used perforated metal in his items like vases, flower stands, and tables. These light saffron yellow wall mirrors are unique pieces (this one is a rectangle body mirror and there is also a smaller, more squared mirror). They are manufactured and powder lacquered in Stockholm, Sweden.