Normann Copenhagen Flip mirror, brass
Normann Copenhagen Flip mirror, brass
Normann Copenhagen Flip mirror, brass
Normann Copenhagen Flip mirror, brass

Flip mirror, brass

Normann Copenhagen

153.00€

Normann Copenhagen
Flip mirror
153.00€



Description

Normann Copenhagen's Flip is a minimalistic table mirror, designed by Javier Moreno Studio. Flip's design was inspired by traditional dressing tables, featuring a mirror and drawers for storing small things. Javier Moreno has commented the design: ”Typically, a mirror has only one function, but I wanted to make a mirror that could offer more. You usually look in the mirror just before leaving the house, so why not let it be there where you keep the last things you use to get ready with, or need to remember just before you go?"

The special edition Flip mirrors in brass and matte steel were launched in 2019 to celebrate Normann Copenhagen’s 20th anniversary.

Material
Brass-plated steel, glass mirror
Colour
Brass
Width
28 cm
Depth
19.5 cm
Height
34.5 cm

Javier Moreno Studio

The Spanish designer Javier Moreno graduated form EASD Alcoi from Alicante Spain in 2005. After graduating he worked as a product and 3D designer at a toy factory. After that, he worked as a product designer and manager at a few companies and did freelance projects. 

In 2010 he established his own studio Javier Moreno Studio. According to Moreno design should be something that matters. ” Nowadays everything is becoming immaterial and increasingly virtual, but hum as still need objects and materials in their daily lives.”

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