The collection by young talented designer Cyril Dunděra wants to point out the formal purity of glassmaking craft and the simplicity of design as the highest degree of complexity. Inspired by the fragility of mirror imprints, the Kiss mirrors allow glass to be moulded in an organic way, forming the shape of a human heart before settling into a larger, flowing form. The naturalistic object then further incorporates the symbol of the body, as the reflection of the user partakes in it.
The mirror itself presents a technical challenge – the fragile, reflecting sheet must be designed in a way that does not cause tension when it is placed in its stand. The glassblower and his technique, with its many risks, kisses life into this reflecting bubble. For this reason, just like its users, no individual mirror can be the same as the previous one.