Miro Driade Screen

Miro Driade Screen

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New product

Miro, designed by Francesco Bolis for Driade, is a screen with structure consisting of three mdf panels, mirror-coated on both sides. The front is covered with a photographic image printed on a transparent film. Photography and design are closely related disciplines. How many wonderful things we have actually known more through their image than for a ratio of direct use? In this case, however, the story is different: a photographer becomes designer, to bring his visions of the world into the homes of many people. 

2 785,00 €

Available in 4/5 weeks

Miro, designed by Francesco Bolis for Driade, is a screen with structure consisting of three mdf panels, mirror-coated on both sides. The front is covered with a photographic image printed on a transparent film. Photography and design are closely related disciplines. How many wonderful things we have actually known more through their image than for a ratio of direct use? In this case, however, the story is different: a photographer becomes designer, to bring his visions of the world into the homes of many people. In particular the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, which has been an emblem for Milan, since Mengoni conceived it in 1865. The matter is: how can you transform a picture into an object? Maybe by laying the image on a screen that offers, unexpectedly, a mirror on the rear side, a “triptych” mirror designed to perceive our entire figure, as once in the tailor shops.

Length135 cm
Height200 cm
Width2.5 cm
DesignerFrancesco Bolis