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A mirror consisting in many reflecting surfaces fitted with different angles, thanks to a complex wall fitting system. An innovating interpretation of the tradition furnishing with irony and lightness, where each unit is refined with a mould recalling the classic mirror processing, matching modernity with tradition.

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