Francis Mirror
Object

The wall mirror FRANCIS evolved from an experience with pigmentation. The shifting colors on the periphery suggest the oxidation of antique mirrors or hues on a makeup palette.
This observational design, with vivid and deep colors, is reflected inside the surface of each mirror by digital printing.
The back of the mirror, slightly convex, is suspended through the center, which allows the mirror to fall forward such as with venetian mirrors.

MATERIALS
Laminated glass mirror, aluminium, epoxy paint
Kevlar cord

COLORS
Black, watercolour in blue and violet

DIMENSIONS
Extra Large: L110cm  x H5,5cm
Large: D60cm
Small: D45cm

Designer
Petite Friture is an ethos brand. When Petite Friture was founded in 2009, it had no aesthetic manifesto; its methodology was born of intuition, fascination and conviction. Be that as it may, the aesthetic vision of Petite Friture is palpable : Petite Friture boldly asserts its own distinctive aesthetic and a keen take on contemporary design. But beauty, here, is merely a pretext. A pretext for an encounter that breathes optimism and freedom ; that is generous and daring, open and demanding. An encounter that resonates and uplifts.
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