Cypris Mirror

Nina Mair, 2015

The Cypris Mirror, which resulted from a cooperation between ClassiCon and Austrian architect Nina Mair, is a mirror that is reminiscent of 1950s elegance with its harmoniously shaped radii and brass as a material – and yet it is an absolutely contemporary design. The generous depth of the surrounding brass frame is visually doubled in the mirror and gets a special formal conciseness while remaining a fine, elegant line when viewed on edge. Mounted on the wall, the ribbon-like brass frame of the mirror becomes a surface for flacons, cosmetic products or small treasures, which receive a perfect frame – a stage that enhances each object. The Cypris Mirror can be used in lobbies or bathrooms, dressing rooms or wardrobes, living rooms or semi-public areas. It is available in various sizes and can be mounted horizontally or vertically, or even leaned against the wall.

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Mirror. Frame solid brass, natural or burnished, with clear varnish. Mirror crystal glass or smoked glass, bronze. Also available in round and large rectangular shape.

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Brass

Natural, brushed

Natural, brushed

Burnished, brushed

Burnished, brushed

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Mirror

Crystall glass

Crystall glass

Smoked glass bronze

Smoked glass bronze

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Nina Mair

Nina Mair works as a product designer and architect in her own studio in Innsbruck, Austria. Her goal: creating sustainable products and spaces that provide identity and touch people at an emotional level.

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