In the Waku mirror by Nendo, the mirrored surface has been mounted within the frame itself: a perfect detail that reflects an interesting challenge. Almost an exercise in style, this detail enhances the graphic rigour of the design and puts Cappellini’s production capabilities to the test.
The Waku mirror comes in a free-standing floor version in which the silhouette is defined by a black or anthracite line that extends beyond the mirror to create small shelf tops and a garment hanger.
Under the direction of architect Oki Sato, the group that gathers under the name Nendo has represented since 2002 a cultured and refined alternative to self-celebrative design. "Nendo" in Japanese means "clay" and their job, in the field of the interior architecture, of furniture and graphics is pliable and flexible as clay. Facing with personality and determination the challenges of contemporary designing, Nendo got in few years important international credits.