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Design Sleuth: Mirrored Planters from Paris

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Design Sleuth: Mirrored Planters from Paris

October 19, 2012

Spotted in the Paris balcony garden of architect Nicolas Soulier and ceramicist Cécile Daladier, zinc wall mirrors to reflect light and create the illusion of space:

For more information, see Assaï, which showcases the couple’s collaborative products.

Above: Ms. Daladier designed the mirrors and also a line of capteurs—water collectors—made of steel, copper, or bronze frames. They hold a shallow pond of water and reflect the sky. To learn more about them, see “Design Sleuth: French Garden Mirrors.”

Above: For more, see “An Architect and a Ceramicist in Paris.”

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