The architectural shape of the Panorami Mirrors by Zaven offers a fluid and creative approach to the standard mirror. Representing a Venetian Window the mirror plays on the idea of exposing a view, but rather then the landscape beyond, it offers a glimpse back into the space it reside in. Part of the Secondome collections founded by Claudia Pignatale, the Panorami Mirrors follow her passion for art and design with their subtle references to the Venetian detailing. While the shape of the mirror’s frame is fluid and delicate, the bold use of White or Navy Blue keeps the mirrors clean and contemporary looking. The choice of blue lends itself beautifully to a beach side cottage or an adobe home.
The white frame is more versatile in its design aesthetic and would be equally at home in a traditional setting as well as a modern one. Showcased in a white on white colour scheme, against a bright wall of any colour, or on a natural brick or wood wall, the white frame allows the shape of the mirror to be the star of the show. With the choice of three different curved shapes – the round or stilted; the Ogee; and the Gothic – a combination of two or all three in a grouping would create an interesting vignette. Using a Navy frame flanked on either side by white frames or vice versa all in the same profile would be equally as interesting and a long row of these mirrors alternating in colour or pattern would be real showstopper. However one chooses to use the Panorami Mirrors, the end result will always be one of architectural pattern and detail. The vision of Claudia Pignatale to create a mirror that showcases a poetic reference to views beyond has been a successful one indeed.