The Vanity Mirror Collection by GamFratesi draws inspiration from 18th-century vanity-table mirrors, featuring adjustable mirror panels connected by hinges.
It reinterprets this vintage concept in a contemporary context, preserving a link to the past while showcasing modern design. The collection offers one, two, or three mirror panel variants, combining craftsmanship and versatility. GamFratesi pays homage to Gio Ponti's F.A.33 Wall Mirror by incorporating a subtle curve into the frame, adding depth to the design.
Unlike traditional bathroom mirrors, GUBI's Vanity Mirror Collection is suitable for various rooms, introducing contemporary elegance and versatility.
Hinges are a principal feature of all three variants of the Vanity Mirror. As well as incorporating the fixtures for wall mounting and support, the hinges allow the panels to be angled by the user, changing the look and light in the room as they like. In the three- and two-paneled versions, the panels fold flat over each other, effectively ‘closing’ the mirror when not in use. In the single-panel Vanity Mirror 1, the hinge allows for a 15º rotation along a central axis.
GamFratesi is a Copenhagen-based design agency comprising architect Stine Gam (born in Denmark in 1975) and industrial designer Enrico Fratesi (born in Italy in 1978), who met while studying architecture in Italy and founded their design agency GamFratesi Studio in Copenhagen in 2006. Using their dual cultural backgrounds, they fuse classic Danish craft traditions with a timeless Italian intellectual and conceptual approach. Their designs are characterised by an honest, natural expression, and the desire to communicate a story through the use of tradition, innovation and functionality. GamFratesi have received international recognition and they have exhibited work all over the world. For Hay, they have designed the Silhouette Sofa and Tulou Table.