Round mirror with wooden frame

Sculptural mirror which tells a story through reflections

Andrea Mancuso's poetic style based around playfulness and surprise is at the heart of Oculus, a wall mirror that goes far beyond the boundaries of its main function. Almost sculptural in its design, this mirror will leave you open-mouthed.

The evocative, circular frame encloses a circular mirror inside, yet the reflection varies depending on your point of view, creating a hypnotic effect. Named after the Latin word Oculus, which referred to a circular opening similar to an eye.

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design by
Andrea Mancuso - Analogia Project
The Oculus sculpture-mirror has an enigmatic presence which draws you in. Centred around a design approach which looks for its inspiration in the day-to-day, Oculus will leave you shocked and surprised.



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