Reflect+ mirrors by MaDe

August 26th, 2014 by retail design blog



MaDe is a product innovation and design studio that has been helping its clients for 7 years to grow by putting the user in a central place and by focusing on improving the quality of life. We have built strong relationships with our customers, among which we have: Barco, Televic, Ecover, etc. Next to these design services for industrial clients, we do not want to lose the link with the pure design work. We enjoy working together with a manufacturer to develop interior objects, that get a special place in the house of the consumers. That is the reason why we were very happy with the collaboration with Reflect+ by Deknudt Mirrors to design and make an emotional object like a mirror.



“Chassis” gives depth to an object that generally is considered to be flat: the mirror. The depth as such is defined by a fine metal frame work. In that way the “Chassis” claims a more important space in its environment compared to a regular mirror, but at the same time it oozes elegance and lightness. Behind the mirror room is created to fix an oak shelf on which smaller personal objects can be placed.“Chassis” comes in two different versions: one that can be hung to the wall and a XL-variation that can stand free in the room, which makes it sort of a room divider. That said, nothing prevents you from using “Chassis XL” as a standing mirror against a wall.

Design by MaDe, Simon de Smet en Timothy Macken








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