Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Madison, the new mirror inspired by the great style icons of the Fifties and the Sixties

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Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia
10/05/2017 - B&B Italia presents Madison, the new mirror designed by Monica Armani.

“'I called this project Madison, because I imagined it in a big New York attic. I thought about elegant and feminine shapes, drawing my inspiration from the great American icons of the Fifties and the Sixties, such as Jacqueline Kennedy and her maxisunglasses with twisting and rounded shapes”, the designer tells.

With round, oval and rectangular bevelling in oversize dimensions (142 cm and 161 x 84 cm dia.) to attach vertically or horizontally to the walls, the mirrors by Monica Armani create a play of reflections and light in the rooms.

Special attention was dedicated to the design of the frame, made of Baydur® (high density polyurethane) and nickeled bronze paint with a grey mirror or pink bronze with a bronze mirror.

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Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

Retro Inspirations. Monica Armani for B&B Italia

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