Wall-mounted framed mirror
“Our aesthetic style codes link up with refined eclectics from the first half of the last century through to modernist influences. They range from sinuous welcoming shapes for upholstered furniture, while embracing bold accents for many of the pieces, for an unconventional home concept. ”
Ariel collection, designed by architect Statilio Ubiali, draws inspiration from a character in William Shakespeare’s "The Tempest", Ariel, the wispy spirit bound to serve Prospero.
An idea of lightness and grace is shared like a leitmotif by pieces created to seem ethereal, almost suspended.
This has been made possible thanks also to the use of materials such as brass and a gilded metal whose resistance allows for thicknesses to be pared down and supports to be concealed. Every piece of furniture bears the name of a wind to reiterate the concept.
Very clean-cut lines contrast with the opulence of fine materials like ebony from Macassar, rosewood from Rio, or unusual materials like precious birch root wood, sometimes teamed with soft leather.
The palette of lacquer and fabric colours includes neutral whites, greys and dusty pinks.
Ariel is a complete furnishing system for the living room and bedrooms: bedside tables, armchairs, bench, chairs, table, occasional tables, sideboards, console tables, mirrors, etc.
Föhn mirror from Rozzoni Mobili challenges classic geometrics with a precarious equilibrium of facetted prisms featuring contrasting gilded-finish and matte black lacquer or rosewood faces. The frame and mirror merge to ensure a complementary perception of the object.
Hexagonal mirror with frame in rosewood, black lacquer and gold leaf.