Urban Mirror

COLLECTION STILE / DESIGN DAVIDE ANZALONE, ALBERTO MATTIELLO
URBAN MIRROR L | XL

Mirror module of the Urban Mirror collection, available in two versions, composed of two or three monolithic elements made of HPC (High Performance Concrete) and a steel sheet structure that serves as a frame for a stainless steel panel with a mirror finish. It can be installed individually or in composition with the other elements of the Urban Mirror collection (excluding the F module).

URBAN MIRROR F

Planter module of the Urban Mirror collection made of HPC (High Performance Concrete), with recess at the base. It can be installed individually or in composition with the B and BC modules of the Urban Mirror collection.

URBAN MIRROR BC

Bench module of the Urban Mirror collection composed of a monolithic element in HPC (High Performance Concrete) with steel sheet structure, that serves as a cover, and a seat top with backrest in WPC (Wood Polymer Composite). It can be installed individually or in composition with the F module of the the Urban Mirror collection.

URBAN MIRROR PBS | PBL

Bike rack module of the Urban Mirror collection, available in two versions, composed of one or two monolithic elements made of HPC (High Performance Concrete) equipped with steel sheet top with steel tube wheel supports. It can be installed individually or in composition with the other elements of the Urban Mirror collection (excluding the F module).

URBAN MIRROR B | BB

Bench module of the Urban Mirror collection, available in two versions, composed of a monolithic element in HPC (High Performance Concrete) with steel sheet seat top with backrest in WPC (Wood Polymer Composite). The BB model can be installed individually or in composition with the other elements of the Urban Mirror collection (excluding the F module). The model B can be installed individually or in composition with the module F of the Urban Mirror collection.

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