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124° Mirror

by Daniel Rybakken, 2017 — from 178,00 €
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Daniel Rybakken's 124° mirror for the Finnish manufacturer Artek surprises with its highly polished stainless steel surface. With its two surfaces at 124° angles, the 124° mirror creates exciting visual effects by playing with light and reflection. The stainless steel mirror can be hung on the wall or stood freely in the room and is universally applicable, whether in the bathroom, hall, bedroom or any other room.

Details

Product type Mirror
Dimensions

Dimensions in cm
Weight 1,75 / 2,6 / 3,4 kg
Colours

Material Mirror: stainless steel sheet, mirror polished
Mirror back: aluminium, anodised
Tray (medium size only): solid ash, black or clear lacquered
Variants Available in 3 sizes
Medium size with tray in 2 colour versions
Function & properties Two connected mirror surfaces, which face each opposing at an angle of 124°
Can be mounted on the wall or placed freely in the room
Tray of the middle sized mirror, load capacity max. 2.5 kg
Delivery includes Wall mounting set included
Care To clean a damp cloth and a mild detergent are recommended
Assembly Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 2,7 MB).
Warranty 24 months

Popular versions

124° Mirror, Small, without shelf
124° Mirror, Medium, with shelf, ash, clear lacquer
124° Mirror, Medium, with shelf, ash, black lacquer
124° Mirror, Large, without shelf

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