DESIGNERS - Miroirs - Tagadà Mirror
Mirroir Tagadà Miroirs Stamuli
Mirroir Tagadà Miroirs Stamuli
Mirroir Tagadà Miroirs Stamuli
Mirroir Tagadà Miroirs Stamuli

Tagadà Mirror

2.500 €
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The Tagadá mirror displays its sweetened colours with a colour block inspired by post-modernist designers. Designed and manufactured in plywood by the Swedish studio Stamuli, it questions rationalism and reinvents the traditional laminate in a cheerful and offbeat style. Alone or with the other pieces of the Tagadá collection, it plunges the interior into a parallel world, between 3D and reality.
25cm x 52cm x 116cm
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Estimated delivery time: 9-12 weeks
Country of dispatch: Italy
Delivery costs: vary according to the destination and the complexity of the article.

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Designers - Stamuli


The Stamuli studio appropriates colors, plays with geometry, and ultimately invents its own style. With a great knowledge of recycled materials, the interior design studio founded by Emanuele Stamuli questions rationalism and proposes a new contemporary approach to surfaces and finishes.

The Stockholm-based design and architecture studio specializes in the design of retail stores. Occasionally, the collective of creatives imagines furniture pieces. A focus on sustainability and the use of materials of the future to reinterpret the luxury of tomorrow.

The Tagadá furniture collection in laminate reinvents Italian formica and challenges the senses and perception. Through rigorous and cartoonish lines, soft and sharp shades that plunge spaces into a parallel world, between dream, 3D and reality.

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