Shimmer Side Table
The Shimmer line was designed by Patricia Urquiola.
The superb iridescent multichromatic finish, a characteristic of the Shimmer line, was achieved by enhanced processing procedures, a deteriorating shaded silvering mix, and the magnificent iridescent multichromatic finish.
A magical, intriguing, and animated mirror that changes shape depending on the angle of the light source and the viewing position.
Shimmer side table. Mobilia. (n.d.). Retrieved September 28, 2021, from https://www.mobilia.com.au/residential/glas-italia/patrica-urquiola/shimmer-side-table.
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