Reverso Mirror

Fiam


2012

Conceived by Dainelli Studio for Fiam, the Reverso mirror rejects the conventional interaction between a figure and its reflection, asking from the subject to interact with different perspectives. Playing with a three‐dimensional structure allows the observer to simultaneously view themselves from different angles, while, at the same time, constructing a new image of the surrounding space, which is fragmented and reassembled as in a cubist painting.

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