mirā – its own mirā image

The stool stands as a mirror image of itself; one side reflected in the other. Therefore the named Mirā, the Japanese word for mirror.

Mirā is made from old chairs and the starting point was two whole veneer shells; the back pieces were converted into legs and the seats were made smaller and re-established as new seating pieces. The construction appears light and symmetrical, only held together by dowels and the small arc that passes through the structure.

date

march 3, 2018

category

furniture

design by

mette caspersen, peter serup jensen, anne elming, julie b. strange