Regarded as one of the best contemporary design galleries and interior design stores, The Future Perfect was founded in 2003 by David Alhadeff. In today’s article, you will get to visualize a curated selection of 10 gorgeous Wall Mirrors that are present in their collection and were designed by a series of experienced brands and designers.
The Alaka mirrors were designed by Sylvain Willenz for Retegui and have an avant-garde edge that creates an extremely elegant touch to any interior space. The combination of glass and marble adds an original and bold appeal to this series of mirrors.
Ben and Aja Blanc created the Apollo mirror by blending the functionality of a large mirror with the depth and textural interest of sculptural fiber.
Designed by Michael Anastassiades, the Beauty Mirror presents a sleek appearance that is crafted through the use of stainless steel and silver or gold plating.
The Colonnade Mirror is a part of John Hogan’s latest glass collection which employs a series of proficient glass making techniques, such as traditional blowing and hot sculpting.
Designed by the Egg Collective, the Haynes Round Mirror displays delicate brackets which were inspired by jewelry settings, and support the geometric glass.
Ben and Aja Blanc were also responsible for the design of the Iris Mirror, a large scale mirror made of translucent glass which creates stunning layers of light and reflection.
Designed by Lee Broom, the Split Mirror presents a shifted look with an oak trimmed section in its black frame.
SP1 Renoir Wall Mirror was designed by Lazzarini & Pickering for Marta Sala Éditions. This stunning sculpture piece showcases strong graphic lines and architectural modularity. It can be made in either bronze, matte or black chrome brass.
Made exclusively for The Future Perfect, the Brass Mirror Type 1 was designed by Michael Anastassiades who created a series of artistic mirrors using creative rigor and architectural precision.
In a collaboration with David Derksen, Lex Pott created the shimmering Transcience Mirror for The Future Perfect. Its design was inspired by the process that glass undertakes over time, meaning a slow discoloration and oxidization.
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