The beautiful and unusual Hasami Mirror was designed by Paolo Rizzatto for Fiam, the specialist in curved glass furniture. The mirrored surface is broken up into several different pieces, creating a faceted effect, which will result in a surface that reflects and abstracts its surroundings adding an element of surrealism and intrigue.
The Hasami Mirror has two different forms - a circular shape, and a square - both of which are distorted with the faceted surface and with two cuts into their surface, which disturbs their symmetry further. These unique wall-hung pieces are made in 6 mm-thick curved back-silvered glass, and their articulated rear joints - made in stainless steel - allow the mirror to be angled as preferred.
The round Hasami Mirror has a diameter of 96 cm, and is 17 cm deep, whilst the square Hasami measures 90 cm and has a depth of 18 cm. The mirror comes in three finishes - Extralight glass for a cool, clean, ultra-modern look, smoked glass which adds a retro element to the design, or in bronze glass which accentuates the sculptural feel of the piece, bringing warmth and richness to the piece.