A mirror with a shallow shelf which is perfect for a hallway piece in smaller domestic environment for where you can keep keys and other small daily items. Other uses could be as a bathroom mirror or in a living room where you could place ornaments on the shelf.
The wooden shelf is routed and finished by hand, making sure every piece is well made with a craftsman’s attention to detail.
The mirror is not fixed, but simply placed in a groove in the wooden shelf and simply rests against the wall. As the mirror has no frame, MP Studio added an 18mm chamfered edge, adding a more sophisticated detail referencing vintage mirrors.
The wooden shelf is fixed to the wall with two standard L brackets placed upside down. There is a small recess, making sure the shelf sits flush with the wall. The mirror conceals the brackets.
There are four M4 inserts on the bottom of the shelf to simply fix the brackets to the shelf.
4 x M4 screws, 4 x wall plugs and screws and a hex key will be supplied.
I will be available in two versions, a light and a dark wood. Acacia and ash or oak.
Dimensions: 550 x 400 x 170 mm (H x W x D)
The Arc wall mirror will launch late summer 2015 and will retail at £175,-
The Bell table lamp takes reference from the simple geometry of the 1930's and combines it with the decorative elements of the Art Deco era. It consists of a smooth, turned walnut base paired with a mouth blown dome of tinted glass.The lamp sits on a steel disc for stability. The bulb is protected within a white diffuser, giving the light a gentle glow and to eliminate any glare. Perfect for any modern setting.
Material: Walnut / Glass / Steel / PETG Manufacturer: Magnus Pettersen Studio Year: 2014
(D) 160 mm x 325 mm
A dressing mirror which sits on a cast iron tray.
The mirror counter leaves on a small rest, giving an illusion it is standing on its own.
The geometric curve of the mirror references it is a contemporary piece simultaneously the chamfered edge gives it a vintage, more refined look.
The cast iron base highlights the industrial trademark of Magnus Pettersen Studio as well as making it less gender specific.
The mirror can be used in the bathroom for make up or shaving, or on a console by the front door making it a perfect place to keep keys and other small items.
Materials: Mirror / cast iron
Manufacturer: Magnus Pettersen Studio
Dimensions: 240 x 140 x 245 mm
The Arc dressing mirror retails at £79,-
'Service' is a pair of hallway furniture, a coat stand and a mirror with a tray. The pair is designed to fit in narrow hallways typically found in period properties. The narrow footprint and the this frame makes the pieces seem light, but at the same time allowing for lots of practical storage.
Materials: steel, walnut, brass hooks, pearl beige powder coated shelves Manufacturer: Magnus Pettersen Studio
Mirror: 400 x 255 x 1900 mm Coat stand: 1100 x 370 x 1900 mm
Mirror: £600,- Coat stand: £900,-
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Beacon is a decorative table lamp which is inspired by lighthouses. The two layers of spun aluminium reflects the light up, down and between the layers. The combination of the painted top shade and anodised bottom shade creates a nice contrast which reflects an ambient, atmospheric light. The sits on a black powder coated, cast iron base.
It comes in 3 different colour options: White & brass, white & grey and grey & brass.
Material: Spun aluminium / cast iron Manufacturer: Magnus Pettersen Studio Year: 2012
(D) 310 mm x 440 mm
Locker is a series of storage furniture consisting of a
bedside table, a credenza, a sideboard and a chest of drawers. The pieces are
made from blackened ash and anodized aluminium.
The furniture is a contemporary fusion of industrial metal lockers, details
from decadent antique furniture and mid-century proportions. The fusion creates
four pieces of industrial luxury.
Materials: Ash, aluminium Manufacturer: Magnus Pettersen Studio Year: 2012
Side table: 460 x 300 x 550 mm Dresser: 790 x 400 x 960 mm Sideboard: 1600 x 400 x 620 mm
Side table: £700,- Dresser: £1800,- Sideboard: £2600,-
Contra is a bar stool in solid ash or walnut. The design is
driven by investigating a simple way of creating a structurally strong piece of
furniture. The combination of the mortis and tenon joint of the seat and legs
and the folded metal footrest make the stool incredibly strong and durable.
Contra is finished with black powder coated footrests and a black painted seat
with natural ash legs.
Materials: Ash / walnut, steel Manufacturer: Magnus Pettersen Studio Year: 2012
760 x 490 mm
£300 - Ash / £330 - Walnut
Leimu is a table lamp which has a glass lampshade which
sits on a concrete base. The glass is tinted in a copper colour to produce a warm,
atmospheric light and the concrete is made slightly darker to make it seem
softer. The design is inspired by architecture, and wanting to bring a crude
and cold material like concrete into an interior setting. The fragile glass and
tough concrete is an unnatural pair, but it’s the contrast of the two materials
which makes the design work.
The Concrete Desk Set is made from concrete, a
material normally associated with the construction industry, but in this case
used to create unique desk accessories for the home or office.
The set consist of a tape dispenser, a pen pot and a tray.