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Janus Mirror




In the Roman mythology, Janus is the god of gates and is represented with two faces, looking at both sides of his profile.
This piece was designed to be hung at the entrance of homes, as a support to leave the keys and look at the mirror when you enter and leave every day.
The grid supports the zig-zag perforated tray, provides a surface to glue the mirror and also is the connecting element of which the piece is hung at the wall.


2017
Photography by Javier Agustín Rojas

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