Arcade mirror by Bower / by Juliana Sampaio


Arcade Mirror is a minimalist mirror designed by Brooklyn-based studio Bower. An arcade, in architectural terms, is a succession of arches, each counter-thrusting the next, supported by columns, piers, or a covered walkway enclosed by a line of such arches on one or both sides. Arcades date back to at least the Ancient Greek architecture of the Hellenistic period and were much used by the Romans, notably in the Colosseum. Church cloisters and Islamic mosques very often feature arcading as well. In Renaissance architecture, elegant arcading was often used as a prominent feature of facades, and today, they continue being used for their structural integrity and iconic spirit.

This set of three mirrors adds a touch of classical architecture to any space. The Arcade Mirrors create a row of archways so that the negative spaces between them become implied columns. 

Sold as a set of 3. 
Glass options: clear, peach, plum and bronze.
Frame options: walnut and white oak


First seen on Leibal