Designed by Marta Laudani and Marco Romanelli for Fiam, the Hiroshi Mirror is a beautiful example of the company's mastery of curved glass design. Hiroshi has distinctive cuts across its left and right sides, that create individual panels that are folded inwards, angled toward the viewer. This contemporary design rethinks the idea of the framed mirror, instead using the surface of the mirror itself to create a 'frame' of sorts.
Available in a square and rectangular shape, the Hiroshi mirror makes a wonderful addition to the contemporary home. Perfect in the drawing room, living room or dining room as well as the bedroom, bathroom or hallway, its simple design has a modernist and luxurious look. Made in 6 mm-thick curved silver-backed glass, the mirror is fitted with a metal frame on its reverse to allow the piece to be hung on any side. The square mirror measures 100 cm x 100 cm with a depth of 8 cm, and the rectangular mirror measures 180 cm x 55 cm. Available in Extralight glass for a clean and contemporary look, smoked glass for a more retro feel or bronzed glass for a rich and warm tone that has a more sculptural feel.