Marc Dibeh is one of the emerging Lebanese designers that has been selected for Maison et Objet’s rising talent awards for its September edition. Today, Wall Mirrors will highlight one of the designer’s most creative pieces, the Please, Don’t Tell Mom Mirror, that actually a quite intriguing story behind its structure.
Dibeh is a part of a new generation that has followed in their elders’ footsteps by putting their international experience to the service of local, usually little-known manufacturing techniques. The Beirut-based designer opened his own studio back in 2009 and since then he has been exhibiting his work all around the world. He gives great importance to create something that has a story while also keeping that same interior or product timeless and simple, as you can see the following wall mirror design.
The playful nature of this mirror is definitely translated in its title. Its design was inspired by a happy accident where a mirror was broken during an experiment. This design certainly will take you back to some childhood moments. Please, Don’t Tell Mom is comprised of five mirrors that were broken accordingly and elevated by angles in order to form a 3D shape.
This mirror was designed with the purpose of allowing its beholder to view themselves through a broken and distorted reflection and from several angles.
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