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Gronda – Modular Mirror by Pallucco

Sat, Mar 7, 2009 | Mirrors | By Mike

There are two versions of this modular mirror designed by Laciano Bertoncini available: a single mirror module and a cloth-stand module with a fixed part and a part that slopes backwards with a little pressure. Although the mirror-hook hanger is designed in the early seventies, it is still trendy and able to give bathroom, waiting room or hall a minimal look. At first sight Gronda, revived by Pallucco, seems a simple full-height mirror, but you only need to press it along the thin wavy line to discover that it in fact incorporates a concealed hook hanger. The mechanism consists of the upper part that retracts and the lower part that becomes a hook for hanging clothes or anything else like hand bags, camera and so on. The frame of the mirror is made from steel steel. The glass is only 5cm thick. [Pallucco]

Gronda Hall Mirror

Gronda Hall Mirror

Gronda Hall Mirror

Gronda Hall Mirror

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  1. LED Bathroom Mirrors Says:

    That is a fantastic design very imaginative and a clever way to conceal what can be horrible looking items such as coat hooks and rails.

  2. moe Says:

    actually, i do interested on it! what is the brand of this product? and where can i buy it? just feel free to contact me! thx

  3. Mike Says:

    The name and the brand are in the article’s title. Check it out.

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