"ANDO" Mirror

by Leo De Carlo Italy

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 62x2x122
Limited Editions Material : Engraved golden mirror, Gold leaf coated wood
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“ANDO” is a work edited in only 8 copies.

The four most popular mythological divinities for the Udruian are known as Indo, Undo, Ando, and Endo. As far as we know, they are the guardians of heart and home; each of them protects and supports a specific domestic duty. They are the direct descendants of two main deities at the top of the Udruian religious hierarchy, called Dough-Nut and Crois-Sant.

“ANDO” is the Lord of burnt-out bulbs. Ensures the smooth performance of electric power, even when the oven and washing machine work simultaneously.

“ANDO” is a golden mirror, handmade and engraved in Venice. The wood structure is gold-leaf coated.

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Weight 60 kg
Dimensions 85 × 15 × 135 cm
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About the designer

Born in Venice in 1972. He graduated in Industrial Design at the Milan Polytechnic. After an experience in the field of goldsmith design, he arrives in Philippe Starck\'s studio. In Paris he is fascinated by design capable of expressing traditional craftsmanship in a contemporary key. Back in Italy he pursues these expressions by starting to collaborate with companies in which manual skill is a distinguishing element of production. The son of antique dealers specialised in Venetian glass art, De Carlo re-elaborates the different craft traditions with which he came into contact, through his personal creative universe. A mix of high culture and pop culture that offers a playful, at times disturbing, vision of the contemporary world.

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