Abstract mirror on the wall

Gorgeous reflective glass that could be mistaken for art.


Mirrors are mirrors. You generally use them for one reason, and one reason only. But there’s a New York architecture studio that wants reflective glass to have more than narcissistic value, so it’s designed what it calls “Identity Check” mirrors, where pieces of the glass are distorted and broken off to create an artistic view of a person’s likeness (not to mention the room that it sits in). Introduced by Stonefox to the world last weekend at the FOG Design + Art event in San Francisco, they very cleverly blend people and objects together to create alternative identities (hence the name).

Via Dezeen

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