ClassiCon Cypris Mirror 180 x 60cm
  • ClassiCon Cypris Mirror 180 x 60cm
  • ClassiCon Cypris Mirror 180 x 60cm
  • ClassiCon Cypris Mirror
  • Classicon Cypris Mirror
  • ClassiCon Cypris Mirror 180 x 60cm
  • ClassiCon Cypris Mirror 180 x 60cm
  • Classicon Cypris Mirror

ClassiCon Cypris Mirror 180 x 60cm

Designer: Nina Meir
€2,450.00
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With the Cypris Mirror, Austrian architect Nina Mair designed 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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Specifications

Frame made of solid brass, natural or burnished, with clear lacquer
Mirror made of crystal glass or smoked glass, bronze. br

Size Description

180 x 60cm

  • Nina Meir

    Nina Mair was born in 1978 in Austria and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and at Leopold Franzens University in Innsbruck. In 2006 she founded the design studio Pudelskern together with Horst Philipp and Georg Öhler. Since 2012, Nina Mair has been working as a product designer and interior designer in Innsbruck. Nina Mair’s work focuses on the definition of individual identity. Working closely with her customers, she develops a storyboard in the first place, which describes the entire design process. Providing an outline from the design process up to realization, the storyboard serves as a basis for the development of objects and architectural designs. Nina Mair’s designs are characterised by an understanding of materials, timeless design, functionality and sense of humor.
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