brutalist shelf mirror
This mirror is a variant of our White Shelf Strip Mirror, itself combining two mirror types the Shelf and the Strip. Inspired by brutalist architecture, the frame and shelf sections have been painted with a faux concrete finish. This was sanded between coats to achieve a smooth finish.
The shelf is flush with the mirror at the bottom enabling the whole of any item placed there to be viewed in refection. This also means that the reverse of an object can be seen at the same time as the front - a useful feature for the display of small sculptures and ceramics.
The strips, in a post and lintel configuration, are hand painted with colours from Farrow & Ball. The top strip uses
and the right is
. The mirror glass is 4mm thick and the frame is backed with plywood.
is fitted with an integral split batten to enable stable, flush hanging on the wall.
The Brutalist Shelf Mirror measures 520 x 595 x 175mm and weighs 5kg. It is stamped, signed and dated on the reverse.
This mirror can be viewed by appointment at our studio in the Spitalfields area of London. This design can be used as a template for further variations and we would be happy to discuss commissions on this basis. Please us the button below for further information.
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