SHAPE SHIFTERS

Form fol­lows func­tion in a fab­u­lous fash­ion

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Get in the right frame of mind with inga sempé’s ‘Vi­trail’ wall mir­rors, here set against a back­drop of Dedar’s bouclé-tex­tured ‘karan­dash’ fab­ric. in­spired by an­tique Vene­tian mir­rors, which of­ten in­cluded smaller pieces of mir­ror around a cen­tral look­ing-glass, ‘Vi­trail’ comes in four dif­fer­ent shapes, each in­cor­po­rat­ing coloured mir­ror-glass strips set in rub­ber frames. Mean­while, Bang & olufsen’s ‘Beosound edge’ speaker, de­signed by Michael anas­tas­si­ades, forms a per­fect cir­cle and fea­tures prox­im­ity sen­sors that ac­ti­vate its oth­er­wise in­vis­i­ble touch con­trols. the vol­ume can be in­creased or low­ered by rolling the speaker from side to side.

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‘Vi­trail’ mir­rors, from £309, by inga sempé, for Magis. ‘Beosound edge’ speaker, £2,900, by Michael anas­tas­si­ades, for Bang & olufsen. ‘karan­dash’ fab­ric, £162 per sq m, by Dedar. ‘pri­mav­era’ tiles, price on re­quest, by Bar­ber & os­gerby, for Mutinafor stock­ists, see page 169

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