Elongated wall mirror
The Amore Wall mirror from & Tradition is a design by Space Copenhagen for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The SAS Royal Hotel is considered a masterpiece by Arne Jacobsen. Completed in 1960, it was the highest skyscraper in Copenhagen at the time and for many it was the epitome of modernity.
The elongated, rectangular mirror picks up on the building's outer façade with its horizontal sequence of windows, thus bringing a piece of modernity into your own four walls.
Mirror with bronzed brass frame
The mirror is held by a bronze brass frame and an adjustable wall mount. However, it does not have to be fixed to the wall, but can also be loosely leaned against it. With the name " Amore ", Signe and Peter from Space Copenhagen draw attention to our vain society and hope that we love what we see there in the mirror - namely ourselves.
The mirror is available in different sizes.