Mirrored surfaces have been a popular source for reflection, adaptability, versatility and modernism, embraced by the in-crowed of pop culture. Take for example Norman Foster’s Reichstag Mirrored Dome in Berlin, Germany or Julien McDonald’s mirrored gown worn by the uber fashionable Heidi Klum to Elton John’s Oscar viewing party. The trend was also recently picked up by the Brazilian designer Andreia Chaves who created the Invisible Show Series. Even the automotive industry borrows the power of mirrored surfaces to enhance the wow factor of a newly introduced car as was done by Opel when they unveiled the Vauxhall Tigra model.
The world of modern furniture design is no different and mirrored surfaces are becoming quite a pervasive statement among leading designers and Italian furniture manufacturers that define what modern interiors of tomorrow will embody. Producing true visual hocus-pocus, modern furniture with mirrored surfaces reflect light, assume the chromatic spectrum of its surroundings and most importantly, offer exceptional visual that most definitely necessitates a second glance.