samuel accoceberry assembles LUXX mirrors into 3D structures samuel accoceberry assembles LUXX mirrors into 3D structures
jun 25, 2013

samuel accoceberry assembles LUXX mirrors into 3D structures

samuel accoceberry assembles mirrors into 3D geometric forms




re-interpreting mirrors–akté, augé and nymphé– which he originally developed for manufacturer marcel by, french designer samuel accoceberry has further explored the reflective surface resulting in ‘LUXX’, another series of mirrors which achieve geometric and sculptural forms. intended as objects which split space, the objects force one to have an attitude of contemplation, the viewer getting lost in their environment decomposed by the different colored segments at hand. a collection of three micro-architectures, ‘LUXX’ parts are made from polished steel elements which are treated in different finishes (gold, copper and night), that are assembled into a three-dimensional sructure.




the mirrors are assembled into 3D structures



the variations in the surface colors allow the viewer to get lost in the space reflected around them






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