Artek’s 124° is a collection of sculptural mirrors that play with light and reflections. Designed by Daniel Rybakken, the mirrors have been named after their distinctive shape: two sheets of thin, polished steel meet at a 124-degree angle. The use of steel sheet makes the structure of the mirror frameless, unbreakable and extremely thin. The 124° collection features three mirrors in different sizes, which can be either mounted on a wall or used as freestanding objects. Plus, the medium version comes with a small wooden shelf that appears round when viewed via the mirror.
124 degrees mirror, medium, black shelf
- Polished stainless steel, lacquered ash
- 16.54 in (42 cm)
- 7.09 in (18 cm)
- 13.78 in (35 cm)
- Please notice that steel sheet differs from glass mirror by its optical quality and the possibility of small flaws in the surface.
Daniel Rybakken (born 1984) is a Norwegian designer, who lives in Gothenburg, Sweden. He studied design at the Oslo School of Architecture and the School of Arts & Crafts in Gothenburg. In 2008 Rybakken started his own practices in Oslo and Gothenburg. His work occupies the area between art and design and the theme is often daylight and its recreation artificially. He has received numerous awards, including Red Dot Award (2007), Bruno Mathsson Award (2011), Compasso d'Oro (2014 and 2016) and Wallpaper* Design Award (2017).View all products
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