cibicworkshop installs lucky eye magic mirror for blackbody in milan
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apr 21, 2014
cibicworkshop installs lucky eye magic mirror for blackbody in milan


cibicworkshop installs lucky eye magic mirror for blackbody in milan
images © alberto parise
all images courtesy of cibicworkshop

 

 

 

staring into the ‘lucky eye’, designed by aldo cibic and tommaso corà of cibicworkshop a feeling of magic is created. installed at the triennale di milano in italy, the convex mirror casts OLED reflections throughout the space, with the luminous surface projecting panels of light from it. the piece was influenced by ancients beliefs of crystal balls that would be stared into in order to bring good fortune to their owners. the product was produced by blackbody and a finalist at for the la repubblica design award, presented during milan design week 14th april 2014.

 

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the installation casts reflections of OLEDs off a convex mirror

 

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the ‘lucky eye’ magic mirror installed at the triennale di milano

 

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the project was influenced by ancient beliefs of magic crystal balls

 


people staring into the lucky eye magic mirror

 

 

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