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Using Mirrors As Art

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 20, 2014 01:04 AM
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by Brent Turner last modified Sep 19, 2014

Using mirrors as art, "New York Light" will be on view at the foot of the Flatiron Building. As anyone who's been following home trends over the last year can attest, mirrors are all the rage. Any combination of stylish modern wall mirrors and well-placed  unique lighting  can work wonders when you're brightening and broadening a space. But a new public art installation coming to the historic Flatiron building by inventive Brooklyn design firm Inaba promises to take mirrors to a whole new level. Renderings of the Art Installation reveal a collection of mirrors and LED lights. Using LED lights and mirrors, "New York Light" effectively does for the city what mirrors and mirrored furnishings do in your own home, reflecting and drawing attention to the things you want to see and obscuring the things you don't. While it's hardly as high-concept, the simple repetition of mirrored surfaces at home can have a dazzling, even playful, effect...And luckily there are plenty of options available: Juxtaposed Angles Collection Mirror Console Table , Merritt Decorative Wall Mirror , Contemporary Round Frameless Mirror , Criss Cross Contemporary Mirrored Accent Chest While exact dates haven't been announced yet, the installation is expected to be on view from Thanksgiving through Christmas. For the time being, we'll just have to enjoy the project renderings above. Images: Architect Magazine






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