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09/2003

Polished Concept

For the Design UK II journal Two Create designed a set of 3 mirrors entitled Polished Concept. The mirrors were designed with 4 folds, locking the structure with the last. The resulting form can be angled on either of the 4 faces creating various viewing angles. The stainless steel was provided by Avesta Polarit with an experimental high frequency polished finish.
The finish is so highly polished it is comparable to glass mirror.

Extract from Max Fraser’s Design UK II Journal, published by Conran Octopus.

“The appeal of these designers is their ability to redefine function with the invention of new forms, while considering realistic production capabilities and commercial implications. Their designs have a quirky appeal and beauty that suits a gallery environment as well as an interior setting.”

“Two Create's collection deals with the manipulation of flat sheet and rod material into tantalizing three-dimensional objects. This approach isn't new but somehow the duo manage to strike new ground with it every time. Learning the harsh realities of trying to succeed as designers in the UK, Two Create are determined to infiltrate the industry at varying levels: by working on their own collections and those for other manufacturers, trend prediction, consultancy work, material development, and interior and graphic work.”

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