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“Sunday” Light Mirror

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When a week of the cloudy sky is replaced by a sunny day, faces of people suddenly change. Long winter seasons, short days, and a shortage of natural lighting in ones living environment could make us feel a longing for the Sun. “Sunday” is a light mirror which creates an emotion of sunshine. The light projected by it is psychologically associated with a sunray coming through a window.

The “Sunday” Light Mirror is an interior detail, which changes a visual atmosphere and it can also be used as a mirror. In order to regulate the direction of light, the user can rotate the mirror and choose which side of a room to brighten up or adjust the angle of the mirror to see a self-reflection. The idea of “Sunday” is to be seen not as a lamp, but as an experience of a sunny day.

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Full dimensions (cm)

46x36x160

Weight (kg)

1

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Production Year

2018

Color

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Full dimensions (cm)

46x36x160

Weight (kg)

1

Material

,

Production Year

2018

Color

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Barbora Žilinskaitė
Barbora Žilinskaitė is a Lithuanian designer working between Vilnius and Brussels. The designer asks herself what are the possibilities of environmental impact on a human being and express her ideas into functional objects.   During the creative process, the designer seeks to distance herself from definitions of practices and combines different methods, likewise, she does not label the objects to have a broader look at them. The designer searches for new ways of interactions between people and objects, sometimes it provokes a certain emotion, encourages a change in habits or creates a new routine, sometimes it formulates questions or initiates a discussion.

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