Déjà-vu Mirror - Rectangular

    £1,075.99 RRP
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    3-5 weeks estimated lead time
    Delivery to United Kingdom in 9-13 days
    This product is made to order


    The Deja Vu Wall Mirroris bound to a deep frame, from which the mirror reflects.

    The curved rectangular edges give the mirror a pleasing overall look. Its available in a selection of finishes and in a choice of square shape measuring 105 cm x 105 cm, or a rectangular shape measuring 137 cm x 73 cm. The rectangular mirror is ideal for the bedroom - to use as a full length mirror. The square shape on the other hand is perfect for the hallway or the bathroom. This high-quality mirror is ideal for design-led homes and for owners who believe every home accessory should be striking as well as practical. Those who like the sleek design but would prefer a round mirror should check out the Punto Spiegel by Minottiitalia.

    Naoto Fukasawa

    Product Designer
    Born in 1956

    Designing shape is to give form to values that people tacitly share and wish for. Naoto Fukasawa visually captures these values and he draws the exact outline of them. His ability for visualising such unseen outlines for things is not easily worded and described, nonetheless, people are convinced with his ability when they experience his design.

    Fukasawa’s notions and expressions to approach essential values of things through design travel beyond borders or domains and his thoughts are well respected internationally. His concept for finding hints in subconscious behaviour of people which he named “Without Thought”, is most known and he runs “Without Thought” workshops to share his thoughts.

    Fukasawa collaborates with world leading companies and brands in such countries as Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Scandinavian countries and Asian countries while consulting Japanese leading companies locally. His area of work is broad and he works with various fields in design beyond categories.Consulting works for Japanese companies are mainly focused on evaluating their cooperate strategies in line with the mean of sociality and how we define quality of life in order to direct the companies towards where society is inevitably heading. Such consulting work extends as far as to visualise design for their products which marks the company’s social responsibilities as well as to visualise their cooperate strategies and Fukasawa‘s work for consulting has led them to many successful results.

    Magis: pushing the boundaries of design