MENU KASCHKASCH FLOOR MIRROR

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The Kashkash floor mirror is a design by Studio Kashkash Cologne, designed with the "less is more" principle. The result is elegant, minimal and timeless.

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€295,00
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MENU KASCHKASCH FLOOR MIRROR

MENU Kaschkasch Floor mirror.

Design of Kashkash studio Cologne.

Less is more. The Kaschkasch floor mirror designed by Kaschkasch Cologne is, despite its minimalist design, a versatile and practical solution especially for the somewhat small spaces. It is possible to place the mirror in the corner or in different positions against the wall. This mirror also has the option to hang clothing on the sides behind the mirror.

Colour: black / white
Width: 42 cm Depth: 20 cm Height: 175 cm
Material: Powder-coated aluminum, glass mirror
Notes: Includes hooks and screws for wall mounting.

About the designers:

design studio Kaschkasch was founded in 2011 by Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider. the duo works in furniture, lighting design and art direction for several national and international clients.

Being a duo, collaboration is a crucial aspect of kaschkasch's work. discussion is key. Kaschkasch approaches design as a helpful and practical component of life that conveys character and attitudes through the expressiveness of restraint.

Basing themselves on this approach to design, Kaschkasch wields a characteristic formal language that is inherently present in each design: it is a symbiosis of straightforwardness and beauty that toes the line between function and formal severity.

The results are modest, challenging, intelligent and logical. Kaschkasch questions prevailing norms and offers new answers to existing everyday demands. Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider share a background that combines hands-on and academic education. both are trained as cabinet makers followed by studies in product design. 

his versatility informs everything Kaschkasch does. the studio appreciates the hands-on insight, practice and technical understanding, which contributes to their design method: traditional craftsmanship techniques and a mindset geared towards innovation, disruption and new technological solutions.

 

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