Ondine Mirror

by Alara & Stefan United States (US)

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“Ondine” is a sculptural mirror and light fixture designed for CASA NEUVA. This piece is a continuation of the “Midsummer” collection showcased in Milan Design Week 2022, inspired by the serendipity and the richness of the natural world.

Designed by Alara Alkan and Stefan Di Leo with high emphasis on uniquely hand-crafted component that requires attention of skilled artisans. The piece is made in Brooklyn, New York.

– Patina on bronze could show changes overtime.
– Light fixture can be purchased separately.

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Alara Alkan is a dining enthusiast who set out to share her ideas by designing for the everyday eater. The quest began with questioning what a traditional meal experience is and why it revolves around a static, flat table. What are the aspects of present-day eating scenarios that could be improved through design and social impact? She considers the conventions of dining, studies traditional forms, materials, and spaces related to this practice, and proposed new tools for eating. Alara attended the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. Completed her BFA in Furniture Design and Production while minoring in Nature, Culture, and Sustainability Studies. Complimentary to her research she also included additional course work to her study from Brown University in the field of Cognitive Neuroscience. Focusing her artistic practice on furniture, objects, and systems. Currently, a lot of her work stems from developing tools and systems for human well-being.
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