• 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek
  • 124° Mirror, 2004, Daniel rybakken, Artek

124° Mirror, 2004

124° Mirror designed by Daniel Rybakken for Artek.

The 124° mirrors is a range of mirrors featuring two slim polished faces which meet at a 124-degree angle. Functional and playful, the mirrors reveal a new perspective, reflecting the surrounding environment.

This modern and sculptural mirror can be fixed to a wall or freestanding on a horizontal surface.

Available in three sizes, small, medium and large. 

The medium-sized mirror comes with a tray in either natural wood or black. 

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124° Mirror designed by Daniel Rybakken for Artek.

The 124° mirrors is a range of mirrors featuring two slim polished faces which meet at a 124-degree angle. Functional and playful, the mirrors reveal a new perspective, reflecting the surrounding environment.

This modern and sculptural mirror can be fixed to a wall or freestanding on a horizontal surface.

Available in three sizes, small, medium and large. 

The medium-sized mirror comes with a tray in either natural wood or black. 

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Small: 34w x 10d x 28cmh
Medium: 42w x 18d x 35cmh
Large: 42w x 12d x 58cmh

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Wooden tray available in natural wood finish or black.
Made of polished stainless steel and anodized aluminium extrusion.

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Artek was founded in 1935 by four young idealists, Alvar and Aino Aalto, Maire Gullichsen and Nils-Gustav Hahl.

Artek was founded in 1935 by four young idealists, Alvar and Aino Aalto, Maire Gullichsen and Nils-Gustav Hahl.

The business idea of the company was “to sell furniture and to promote a modern culture of habitation by exhibitions and other educational means.” Today Artek is renowned as being one of the most innovative contributors to modern design, building on the heritage of Alvar Aalto. Functionality and timeless aesthetics are the essential elements in the creation of every product that bears the Artek name. Artek’s furniture can be found in various types of spaces; from public spaces to homes, museums to schools and hotels to offices.

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