The mirror-coat rack combination for German brand Pulpo uses an oblong mirror, set askew in a metal frame. The exposed frame struts can be used as a coat rack. The mirror floats freely in the frame. This free positioning, together with the frame‘s rectilinear contour, bring visual focus to the dominating decorative mirror pane.
The floor mirror‘s frame both defines a space and functions as a coat rack. The framework separates the coat rack from its surroundings and creates a useful open volume.
The wall mirror pane is freely placed in the frame at any desired angle.
Miro uses an ecological marbling process free from copper and lead. The mirror‘s decor does not effect the image. The frame can be fully dismantled.