Mirrors have an obscure aura of mystery about them. They have been described as channels
to alternate realities or the unconscious in works from all across places and time periods:
from the Bible or Snow White, to 20th century theories on the psyche.

We translated this fascination into modern language and high-end design by adding the piercing touch of neon to it.
With a message in cold white neon materializing on the surface of its reflection, Monolit seeks
to bring a bit of mystery to our modern lives, when so little is left to the magical unknown.

To intensify the mystique of our mirror, we modelled it on monoliths. A monolith is technically just a very big rock, but in this case it refers mainly to Kubrick's enigmatic alien bodies in his 2001: A Space Odyssey, which were in turn inspired by massive prehistoric stone structures - such as Stonehenge. We played on the unknown origin and purpose of both kinds of monoliths to achieve Monolit’s mysterious flair and dramatic effect.

 

When turned off it is a simple mirror of high-quality materials and elegant design. The click of a button then turns into a thought-provoking reflection.

By taking on the imposing proportions of monoliths, Monolit translates its figurative depth into physical width, so that it can be hung on a wall or left free-standing on a counter.

Its sleekness allows it to fit right into the contemporary, minimalistic interior, but also to act as an compelling enrichment to the traditional or even antique home décor without intruding.

 
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Due to technical restrictions and in order to maintain the object’s sleek design, the text is restricted with 3 lines with up to 6 characters each, in the indicated font and in the colour white.

€950

incl. 19% VAT

We ship worldwide.

 
 

sygns collection

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    €950

    incl. 19% VAT

    We ship worldwide.

  •  

    €950

    incl. 19% VAT

    We ship worldwide.

 

Technical Specifications:

  • H 55cm
  • W 38cm
  • D 8.6cm

Monolit is composed of cold white neon writing, enclosed in a black box and hidden behind a reflective glass with 2% light transparency. The neon is turned on and off through a simple switch placed on the black cable connecting it to the electrical plug. When the neon is turned off the mirror reflects only its environment, thus acting as a normal mirror.