Designer Michael Anastassiades assymetrical copper mirror gave us two ideas: First, making a mirror of highly-polished copper.

But even better: cutting mirrors in odd, assymetrical shapes to shake up a room with the unexpected. All it would involve is taking a template to an open-minded  mirror company to have them cut your shape.

The farther reaches of this idea are Carlo Mollino’s nudie mirror, which we originally mistook for a cut-out wall…

cut out wall or   Carlo Mollino, Casa Miller, 1936

 

 

via The Wall Street Journal 

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  1. This is a test comment since there have been SO many changes going on.

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