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Mirrorless is an architecture that denies the physical, two-dimensional idea of the mirror, a free tribute to the spatiality of Lucio Fontana’s canvases. The reflective surface is absent, it becomes space and acquires a metaphysical meaning.


Compared to a system that virtually replicates faces thousands and thousands of times, the missing image turns into an alienating and unreal element. The gaze is forced beyond; the mirror is a window on reality – not by chance in the classic 2:3 photographic format – that exists beyond the self.


On the steel surface everything is reflected except the face. Human figure and landscape become one, in a kind of universal representation.



Year: 2024

Design: Francesco Meneghello