• Skagerak Cutter Mirror
  • Skagerak Cutter Mirror
  • Skagerak Cutter Mirror
  • Skagerak Cutter Mirror
  • Skagerak Cutter Mirror

Skagerak Cutter Mirror

Availability when not in stock approximately 3 to 4 weeks.
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  • Teak
  • Oak
  • Black
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The stylish Cutter series is a re-interpretation of conventional Danish furniture made of wood.

Simple and contemporary mirror, perfect for hallway or bedroom to accessorise the rest of the range.

Niels Hvass designed the Cutter series of furniture for Skagerak by taking his inspiration from the Bauhaus movement and their use of metal pipes. The design has strength in the way all the pieces are brought together, this creates a beautiful and versatile piece of furniture which can be used in many areas of the home, such is the quality of manufacture, finish and materials used.

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Glass, oak or teak

Size Description

Height: 110cm
Lenght: 50cm
Depth 5.7cm



  • Niels Hvass

    Niels Hvass helped lead the movement to renew Danish furniture design that started in the early 1990s. He is one of Denmark's most talked-about and successful young furniture designers, recognised as one of the few designers who has managed to create a ne w artistic idiom in the tradition of Danish furniture design. "I make furniture because I just can't help myself. Especially chairs - I'll never be finished with them. When I design furniture, I'm keenly aware of fact that furniture is made for people to use. It has to be comfortable and functional - but it should also have a function when it's not being used. Furniture also has to create rooms, environments, an image and an identity. It has to reflect the period it was produced in, and sometimes even the person who buys or uses it," Hvass explains. For Niels Hvass, good design involves combining practical function and artistic styling to form a whole that moves us mentally. If a design doesn't move us, it's meaningless and irrelevant. It's not enough for a piece of furniture to be funny, smart, or fashionable. It also has to convey an original idea and perform its physical function flawlessly. "Furniture has to have character and personality," Hvass insists. He believes these qualities arise when an original idea is united with perfect function -and then worked into a confident, sublime simplicity. Only then is a piece of furniture something people grow fonder of as the years go by.
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