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Rosy Mirror

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Made in Italy: Designer  Doriana e Massimiliano Fuksas

The Rosy mirror is a glossy decorative element with incredible aesthetic value that integrates design and practicality. Manufactured by Fiam Italia in Italy and designed by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas, the mirror consists of a three-dimensional curved circular frame reminiscent of an eclipse. Asymmetrical characteristic mirror presents a dominant stance in the modern home.


Material: Extra Clear Glass
Color: Extra Clear Glass
Size: Diameter: 130cm
Usage Area: Indoor
Place of Manufacture: Italy
Official Distributor: Sihir Furniture


Clean the product with a soft damp cloth, preferably dipped in soap or neutral liquid detergents diluted with water. Strictly avoid using ethyl alcohol or detergents containing even small amounts of acetone, trichloroethylene and ammonia (solvents in general).


A daring combination of boundless imagination and immense technological prowess, Fiam Italia, founded in 1973, is a global icon for its innovative use of glass to create sculptures that are as functional as they are beautiful. Fiam Italia is famous for curved glass objects including designer mirrors and modern coffee tables.


Doriana e Massimiliano Fuksas

Massimiliano Fuksas

Massimiliano Fuksas, of Lithuanian descent, was born in Rome in 1944 and graduated from La Sapienza University, Department of Architecture in 1969.

He established his studio in Rome in 1967, in Paris in 1989 and in Shenzhen, China in 2008.

Massimiliano Fuksas has been a major player in the contemporary architecture scene since the 1980s. He has held visiting professorships at numerous universities, including the École Spéciale d'Architecture in Paris, the Akademie der Bildenden Kunste in Vienna, the Staadtliche Akademia des Bildenden Kunste in Stuttgart, and Columbia University in New York. He was the director of the 7th International Architecture Exhibition held in Venice in 2000: 'Less Aesthetics, More Ethics'. Since 2000, he has been writing the architecture column of the Italian weekly L'Espresso, founded by Bruno Zevi.

Doriana Fuksas
Doriana O. Mandrelli in Fuksas was born in Rome. He graduated from La Sapienza University in the History of Modern and Contemporary Architecture in 1979 and later graduated from ESA in Paris, Department of Architecture. He carried out teaching activities at Rome La Sapienza Art Faculty, Art History Department and Industrial Design Department ITACA. He curated four 'Special Projects' for the 7th International Architecture Exhibition titled 'Less Aesthetics, More Ethics' held in Venice in 2000: Jean Prouvé, Jean Maneval, Pavilion for Peace and Spatial Architecture and the section devoted to contemporary art. He has been working with Massimiliano Fuksas since 1985 and has been responsible for Fuksas Design since 1997.


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