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124° Mirror

Designer: Daniel Rybakken

Year: 2017

Each mirror in the collection has two faces set 124 degrees apart. As a result, the mirrors reflect unexpected views of their surroundings, with each side revealing a different perspective. To look squarely into the mirror is to see no reflection at all. The mirrors are both functional objects and also a playful contemplation on reflection, light, and image by designer Daniel Rybakken. The 124° mirrors can be fixed to any vertical surface or stand freely on a horizontal surface. Simply and elegantly engineered, the 124° mirrors are available in three different sizes, including one version with an integrated wooden shelf.

124° Mirror
Positioned by a window, 124° Mirror creates beautiful reflections
124° Mirror medium tray
A playful contemplation on reflection, light, and image by designer Daniel Rybakken
124° Mirror large - photo Zara Pfeifer
Can be fixed to a wall or stand freely on a horizontal surface
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124° Mirror, small
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124° Mirror, medium with tray
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124° Mirror, large
Bracket:
Aluminium extrusion
Mirror:
Stainless steel sheet
Tray:
Ash

The 124° Mirrors are available in three different sizes, including one version with an integrated wooden shelf.

124° Mirror small_1

124° Mirror, small
Bracket: aluminium, anodized
Mirror: stainless steel, polished

124° Mirror medium tray_1

124° Mirror, medium with tray
Bracket: aluminium, anodized
Mirror: stainless steel, polished
Tray: ash, black lacquer

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124° Mirror, medium with tray
Bracket: aluminium, anodized
Mirror: stainless steel, polished
Tray: ash, clear lacquer

124° Mirror large_1

124° Mirror, large
Bracket: aluminium, anodized
Mirror: stainless steel, polished

The Poetry of Light

The Poetry of Light

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Art and technology converge to produce poetic simplicity. Artek is pleased to present the 124°  series, a new family of mirrors, by Daniel Rybakken.