He remembers having spent his childhood under his father's drawing tables, passing hours stitching, cutting, gluing and grinding, disassembling bicycles, motorbikes and other objects. Endless hours, an entire life spent dismantling and reassembling anything that fell into his hands, reconstructing his surrounding world. He continues to shake the traditions and culture of the world's major cities, with the interior design of the restaurant at Hong Kong's Peninsula Hotel (1994), the Teatron in Mexico (1995), the Delano Hotel a Miami (1995), the Modrian in Los Angeles (1996), the Asia de Cuba restaurant in New York (1997), as well as an entire series of ongoing projects in London and elsewhere. His skill lies in being able to transform instantly the object of the commission into a place filled with charm, pleasure and encounters. He tirelessly modifies everyday life, exalting the deepest roots of existence in his changes. His increasing fascination with life has now led him to create clothes, underwear, footwear, glasses, food, and always with the conviction that his design respects nature and the future of humankind. In the exhibits of museums all around the world, in Paris, New York, Munich, London, Chicago, Kyoto and Barcelona, his work is considered to be that of a master. He has received numerous prizes and awards: designer of the year, the Oscar de luminaire (1980), the title of Officier des Artes et des Lettres (1985), Compasso d'Oro ADI (2001), Show Boats in Munich (2003), and many others.A slightly antique cut with a distinctly modern aesthetic gives the François Ghost Mirror its dynamic appearance. The frame is made of transparent or colored polycarbonate with a cross section in the shape of a bird's wing. The mirror is available in two different sizes and can be hung on a wall either horizontally or vertically to accommodate a variety of spatial situations. The colors are inspired by the Murano glass of Venice and add dimension and glamour to the face of the mirror.
|François Ghost Mirror||31 - 43.6" H x 25.5 - 32.67" W x 2.25 - 3.33" D||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Wall & Accent Mirrors|
|Type Options:||Bathroom / Vanity, Wall|
Questions & Answers
Kartell François Ghost Mirror
zeldie stuart from delray beach, FL– Verified Buyer
Bought this with clear frame to replace my overly decorated fussy mirror . It completely changed my entryway . Gives clean contemporary updated look to entire entry which opens up into large living room. This mirror can fit into any decor.
Great mirror - delivery was terrible
natasha Jakubowski from New York, NY– Verified Buyer
Mirror was great but when it was delivered it was just left in the elevator of our building rather than bringing it to our door. It's a big mirror and I'm pregnant so was pretty horrified that the delivery service would do this, especially as apart from getting me into trouble with the building, it also meant that i had to carry it from the elevator to my apartment.
Scott from Boston, MA
I ordered the small purple one, and it goes great to add some color to the room. You cant quite tell from the picture but the frame is transparent (hence the name Ghost mirror), so even in stark colors it doesnt look out of place.
the ultimate in COOL
puss'n'boots from new york– Verified Buyer
I already owned a red one in the LARGE size = divine....so when it came to decorating my kids' apt we just had to have the CLEAR in large as well....
[...] installation easy
none from midwest
bought 2 mirrors.. Used one horizontally, used the other vertically.
great mirror in purple
luvs miami from Miami FL– Verified Buyer
The mirror was a replacement because something splashed onto the mirrors frame and caused permanent white marks.
Quite striking. Unique but simplistic.
Modern accents from Santa Fe
I have this mirror in the large / crystal (clear) finish. It is stark and simple. Hanging above the fire place I need to have vases and flowers around it as the mirror blends into wall. It's a great look but in the clear frame better as an accent mirror, not a focal point. At 15' feet away I also find that human figures are elongated, not distorted. Up close it is very clear.
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A creative team of world famous designers including Ferruccio Laviani, Alberto Meda and Philippe Stark, together with Kartell, have developed a special intuition through dialogue and the continual exchange of design ideas. This has served to establish a perfect equilibrium between the designers' project experience, their ability to and the demands of the company.
In its 55 years of existence, Kartell has won prestigious international awards including 9 Gold Compass awards. Today Kartell exports 75 percent of its products to 85 countries worldwide. Lasting success and a daring challenge on the market combine with the continual desire to innovate and reinvent.