Menu Darkly Mirrors
Darkly Wall Mirror is an exploration of the history of human beings’ relationship with the reflected image. Some historians believe that the earliest mirrors may have been small ceramic bowls filled with water used during the late Stone Age. The fact that there is no concrete evidence exists to support the theory fascinates designer Nick Ross, whose Darkly Mirror for Menu takes inspiration from the ceramic bowls". That it cannot be proven adds to the object’s mystery. Is this a new object or an old one reinvented? I wanted to take this notion and create a modern object which questioned its possible past and its relation to ‘the self’".
Dimensions: 15.7"H, 4.7"W
Materials: Brushed Brass, Brushed Aluminum
About The Designer
Obsessed with clever solutions for modern living, Menu strives to create timeless objects of both beauty and function. Based in Denmark, Menu works with top designers and local craftspeople the world over, to create the best modern design while preserving traditional skills.
"We want to make the world better, less complicated, a little bit nicer to wake up to." – Menu