Silhouette Mirror 70x180

By OEO Studio , 2020

Silhouette is a series of mirrors framed in solid wood, informed by a focus on materials, craftsmanship and the experience of living with design. The concept is based on a simple geometric equation – a round, a square and a rectangle as universal shapes that are timeless, trendless and at the same time, contemporary.

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Silhouette Mirror 70x180
Silhouette Mirror 70x180 - Model 8324
 
W: 70 cm
D: 3,5 cm
H: 180 cm
Wt: 16 kg
Cbm: 0.09 cbm

About The Collection

OEO Studio

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Founders of OEO Studio Thomas Lykke and Anne-Marie Buemann have earned a strong reputation for their passion and commitment to delivering true impact. By virtue of the immersive and creative journeys they undertake with clients and partners, their incisive understanding of the personality of a brand and their conceptual approach to creating designs that unlock new and meaningful dimensions, Lykke and Buemann have engaged in a wide range of design assignments worldwide.

Established in 2003, OEO Studio has established a distinct aesthetic that meaningfully translates into retail and residential interiors and hospitality projects, furniture design and beyond. Each project is defined by the inherent warmth of the natural materials used, which are often applied in novel and unexpected ways and inspired by their cultural context to support human interactions. Signature to OEO Studio is their concept of compelling minimalism, expressed through an intuitive yet methodical design approach, an inner sense of necessity and enduring quality. In addition to their sensitivity to materiality, textures and contrast, with meticulous attention to detail.

Based in Copenhagen with a project office in Tokyo, OEO Studio has created award-winning work for a broad spectre of discerning clients. From the interiors of Michelin-starred restaurants to aspirational objects that have earned their place in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and the Design Museum in Copenhagen.