Designer Oskar Zieta’s Tefla mirrors reminded us of how GREAT oddly-shaped mirrors can be in adding fluid, sculptural “windows” to a room. Although Zieta’s mirrors are thick with beautiful jagged edge, the essential idea would work fine cutting regular mirror into organic forms, freeform or using a template.

Oskar Zieta
Oskar Zieta

Or they could take a more angular, geometric form like Michael Anastassiades asymmetrical copper mirror,,,

Or push the envelope like Carlo Mollino’s nudie mirror,

nudie mirror  Carlo Mollino, Casa Miller, 1936

or even a simple sliver can do the trick…


via Design Boom

If you’ve found illumination, joy, or inspiration in this post, please consider supporting Improvised Life. It only takes a minute to make a secure donation that helps pay our many costs. A little goes a long way towards helping Improvised Life continue to live ad-free in the world.

Support Improvised Life ♥

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *