Felicia Ferrone (Designer)
As perfectly suited for an entryway, bedroom, or bathroom, the abstract modern frame mirror reduces the object to its most minimal form. The movable oakwood tray shelf can be positioned anywhere along the bottom frame. The minimal mirror with shelf is perfect for your keys in a foyer or in a dressing room for your jewelry. Handcrafted and powder coated in Chicago, each piece is carefully constructed by the finest fabricators in the US.
Custom sizes, materials (brass, st. steel) and finishes (RAL or Pantone color options and metal finishes such as darkened steel or tarnished brass) are available. Price upon request.
It will take 12-13 weeks to make this piece
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About the Maker
The international namesake brand, founded in Chicago in 2010, is known for delivering the unexpected through a seemingly simple gesture resulting in work that is minimal yet whimsical. Archetypes are reinvented; typologies are crossed and blended. European and modern influences, mastery of proportion, and meticulously considered details are the hallmarks of fferrone. The contemporary furniture and accessories are timeless and complement interiors that range from contemporary to vintage styles. Through close collaborations with master artisans, each piece is handcrafted with an innovative use of materials and production techniques. Felicia Ferrone graduated with a degree in architecture from Miami University, Ohio, after which she moved to Milan. Ferrone’s expansive reach is informed by her early experience as an architect in Milan, where she was first taught to “blur boundaries.” In a series of positions with some of Italy’s most notable design luminaries, she developed her belief that all aspects of design are interdependent, that nothing exists in a vacuum but always in relation to the environment, objects, and systems that surround it. Her award winning work is included in the Art Institute of Chicago’s permanent collection, is a recipient of a GOOD DESIGN Award, and her work is widely exhibited and published internationally. She is the Director of Graduate Studies in Industrial Design and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago.