Radiating Ring of Mirrors


Exceptionally talented designer Arnaud Lapierre recently designed a mirror cube art installation in Paris. Located at the Place Vendome, it was created for the 2011 FIAC Art Fair. The unique design includes a ring of mirrors that allows its visitors to see themselves as well as the historic square in a completely new way.

On the topic of his design, Lapierre shares, "It is to capture emotions with absolute rigour. The design is above all: a way to see and understand." With an aim to make objects give way to their essences, he uses ordinary objects to provide a deeper understanding of the world around us. What better way to see life in a clearer way than with a ring of mirrors?



Arnaud Lapierre’s website
via [Moco Loco]



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