THE PAST IS NEVER DEAD

Sitting in a space between a piece of product design and an art piece, Philipp Schenk-Mischke and Matthias Klas teamed up to created a project that communicated how our image is subject to the context we live in. A mirror became the eventual method of communication. 

By using three triangular layers that lean to the wall, each layer is dependent to another to attain an actual mirror. The dark grey glass behind the lightly coloured pink layer typifies the background that one needs for a clear self perception, while the backmost layer made out of untreated brass, slowly changes with time to distort the reflection.

A beautifully sculptural piece is created that shines, reflects and glimmers. However, if a mirror for make-up checking and outfit testing out is what your looking for then move onto the next!