124° Mirror

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  • Tray
The 124° Mirror by Artek is the result of designer Daniel Rybakken's extensive research on the representation of natural light. A 124-degree angle between the two mirror panels breaks light prismatically, blurring the line between functionality and sculpture. Available in three sizes, the Medium mirror includes a tray that adds both purpose and beauty.

***QUICKSHIP***
The 124° is available as a Quick Ship item. This item will ship in 2-3 weeks depending on vendor stock. View Artek's Quick Ship Designs.

Mirror features mirror-polished, anodized extruded aluminum wall bracket. Tray is only available for medium size and is made of solid ash. Natural ash is finished in protective varnish, while black is lacquered.

Measures–
Small: 13.5" W x 4" D x 11" H
Medium: 16.5" W x 7" D x 13.75" H
16.5" W x 4.75" D x 22.75" H

Made in Finland.

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This item is shipped via UPS.
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Express Shipping (2-4 business days)
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Artek was founded in Helsinki in 1935 by four young idealists: Alvar and Aino Aalto, Maire Gullichsen, and Nils-Gustav Hahl. Their goal was “to sell furniture and to promote a modern culture of living by exhibitions and other educational means.” In keeping with the radical spirit of its founders, Artek today remains an innovative player in the world of modern design, developing new products at the intersection of design, architecture, and art.

Artek combines modern production methods with expert craftsmanship, keeping within the original vision of Alvar Aalto. Regional sourcing, sustainability, and safety are pursued without compromise, both by Artek and its partners, ensuring ethical manufacture and design of the highest quality.