Magis’s Deja-Vu range was designed by Naoto Fukasawa. The simple lines and use of polished aluminium create elegant designs with a contemporary but lasting appeal. The Deja-Vu mirror was designed in 2011, and comes in threes sizes. The 137 x 73 wall mirror can be painted black as an alternative to polished aluminium. It comes with a protective back film and wall hooks,
Height: 137cm x Width: 73cm x Depth: 11cm
Materials & Finishes
Mirror frame in extruded aluminium polished or painted. Joints in die-cast aluminium polished or painted. Mirror with protective back film supplied with brackets for wall hanging in zinc plated steel.
Year of Design
Space Planning/Interior Design
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Naoto Fukasawa, born 1956 in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, studied art and 3D-design at Tama Art University in Tokyo. He worked as a designer for Seiko-Epson until 1988 and for ID-two in San Francisco from 1989-96. After returning to Japan in 1996, he was head of the firm IDEO’s Tokyo office . In 2003 he opened his own office, Naoto Fukasawa Design, in Tokyo. Since 2001, when he also became a consultant for the MUJI company, his primary focus has been the design of household products and electronic devices. In 2003 he created the brand “plusminuszero” for household objects. Naoto Fukasawa works for numerous European companies as well as large Japanese corporations in the consumer electronics industry.
Since 1976 Magis has produced designs led by the very latest technology and design. Founded by Eugenio Perazza Magis is an Italian furniture supplier that continues to work with the likes of Marcel Wanders, Jasper Morrison and many, many more…