Ashkal Mirrors by Richard Yasmine

220 HT

Mirrors collection by Lebanese designer Richard Yasmine

Super-mirrored polished stainless steel sheet – Marble, brass or metal pedestal

Variable dimensions depending on different models. See more details below.

[Sold individually. Pedestal included]

Production leadtime: 8 to 12 weeks

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The mirrors collection named « Ashkal » designed by Richard Yasmine is inspired by the Sursock museum in Beirut (Lebanon).

This series of magical yet simple vanity hand mirror mimics different geometrical flat shapes as a circle, a square, a rectangle, an oval, a pentagon and a triangle as if extracted from the stained glass decorating the façade of the museum. Each one exposed on a static volume made of marble, brass or metal creating the base. The extremely thin hand mirrors figuratively cut a slice of these solid bases making a rift where it fits inside, giving the image of surrealistic oversized fashionable cutlery set.

These mirrors are available in 6 different formats

Super-mirrored polished stainless steel sheet – Marble, brass or metal pedestal

Square model
12 x 12 x 0,3 cm
(Cylindrical base: 8 x 5 cm)

Rectangular model
15 x 10 x 0,3 cm
(Triangular base: 6,9 x 9 x 6 cm)

Round model
24,8 x 12 x 0,3 cm
(Rectangular base: 8 x 5 x 5 cm)

Pentagonal model
21 x 14 x 0,3 cm
(Square base: 6 x 6 x 6 cm)

Triangular model
12 x 20 x 0,3 cm
(Triangular base: 6,9 x 8 x 6 cm)

Oval model
20 x 22,4 x 0,3 cm
(Cylindrical base: 8 x 5 cm)

Production leadtime: 8 to 12 weeks

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