Description

Skagerak’s Cutter mirror is part of a wooden furniture collection designed by Niels Hvass. Hvass designed the first piece of the collection in 1999 for the Planken Ud exhibition at Designmuseum Danmark. The clean-lined design of the Cutter mirror comprises a simple, rectangular mirror glass and wooden mountings. The timeless appearance of the Cutter mirror is well suited for hallways as well as bedrooms, and it goes beautifully together with other pieces of the Cutter range. 

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Cutter mirror, teak

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Material
Teak
Colour
Teak
Width
50 cm
Depth
5,7 cm
Height
110 cm

Niels Hvass

Niels Hvass (b. 1958) is a Danish designer who graduated as a furniture designer from the Danish School of Design in 1987 and has since contributed to Danish design as a designer, teacher and board member. In 2008, Hvass founded design studio Strand + Hvass in Copenhagen together with Christina Strand. Hvass’ work has been exhibited in museums around the globe, and he has received many design awards including the Red Dot Award and Georg Jensen Award.

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