From the fullface point of view, a contrast interplays between the flat, deep, and lacquered colour surface and the curved cut mirrors. As you turn around, however, the volume takes a form and the two isosceles-shaped facets seem to be suspended in the air.
The assembly of the three sheets make a three dimensional volume, reflecting or splitting up the scenery according to the point of view.
The back sheet is black, lacquered glass (Lacobel) and the two front sheets are the mirror. “Glace Pliée” is slightly detached from the wall because of the oak frame at the back, allowing it to hang on the wall.