Edvard

Edvard

Edvard, Jean-François D’Or
With its rounded upper and lower edges and its conical shape, Edvard looks a bit like the bell of a trumpet. And when the mirror is mounted on the wall, it looks like a megaphone, so that the wall is literally calling out for attention. Hence the name Edvard, in honour of the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, who painted the The Scream.

Henry van de Velde Labels 2013

Edition 2013

Edvard (2011-2012)

Mirror object

 

Design  Jean-François D’Or

(Loudordesign)

 

Company  Reflect+ en

Deknudt Mirrors

 

Aluminium, medium-density

fibreboard, mirror

Small model 18 x 30 x 30 cm

Large model 24 x 70 x 70 cm

 

 

Edvard is available in two sizes and several colours: black, white or blue. The object can be used in several ways. The two sizes fit perfectly on the wall, but can just as easily be set on their side or underside (as a coffee table). A different position gives a different view of the mirror and its reflection. Think of Edvard as a nomad, who travels here and there between functions, always giving you different views of the environment and of reality.

Edvard,  Jean-François D’Or
Edvard, Jean-François D’Or