Reflecting surfaces break up and divide images, multiplying them infinitely, revealing hidden and mysterious objects... Mirrors become the protagonists in the age of self-representation

Pinch wall mirrors with metal frames in a burnished brass finish, designed by Lanzavecchia + Wai for Fiam Italia. Out of Scale, a collection of objects for the table on the borderline of architecture, sculpture and design: from left, Scogliera in natural oak, Pergola in bronze and aluminium, Foresta in cement, designed by Mario Trimarchi for Alias. Adhesive tapes with black and white graphics and solid fluo tones from Haru Stuck-On.

Tresor fumé wall mirrors with shelf for small objects, in black embossed painted steel, by Cattelan Italia. La DoubleJ Housewives, collection of glasses with contrasting border and carafe with stopper, in colored opaque
blown glass, created by LaDoubleJ for Salviati.

Face To Face, round stainless steel mirrors with LED backlighting, by Giuseppe Bavuso for Alivar. Cube, vases in Murano glass, in titanium and caramel color, set on bases in bronze or brass, designed by Gabriella Asztalos for Fendi Casa. On the counter: Bon tablecloth in piece-dyed blue linen, Society; photograph The Glimpse, Nubes, by Carolina Trabattoni; Japanese pattern tapes, Haru Stuck-On Design.

Audrey, bronze-finish mirror on black elm base, designed by Emmanuel Gallina forPoliform. Indoor-Outdoor, chair in solid teak designed in 1959 by Bodil Kjaer for Carl Hansen & Son with staves for seat and back. In the background, Proiezioni, pink wallpaper with sea view, by Cristina Celestino for Londonart.

Ren, oval mirrors with brass frame covered with a band of cowhide, by Neri & Hu for Poltrona Frau. Riace, round table in stainless steel, top in black laminate, by Albaplus. On the top, Most Illustrious, a collection of glazed ceramic sculptures by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa (from left, Michele De Lucchi, Alessandro Mendini and Riccardo Dalisi).

Kim quarter-circle wall mirrors set into modular components in bordeaux painted sheet metal, with rounded corners and shelf for objects. For free vertical and horizontal assembly, designed by E-ggs Studio for Calligaris.
A Walk in the Garden, porcelain plates with designs by Nigel Peake, Hermès. Toutenpapier mats and coasters with micro-decorations, in paper, cardboard and poplar wood, by Hermès. Center and right, Tenugui traditional Japanese towels on yellow background with large blue decoration, in hand-printed cotton, from Nanban.

Marcel, Riflessioni collection, wall mirror composed of different reflecting surfaces that break up the image, designed by Marco Brunori for Adele-C. Arrival, table lamp with central joint and three arms in aluminium section with brass finish, with the LED light source inside, by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba for Artemide. The lamp stands on the Dot ceramic stool from the Delcourt Collection by Charles Kalpakian for Christophe Delcour.

From top, Balin, Tareg e Elmo, round wall mirrors with frames in brushed nickel and geometric marble inlays in different color combinations, by Armando Bruno for Visionnaire. Striped kraft paper and pink semigloss paper, Florio Carta, alternating with pale pink adhesive tape by Haru Stuck-On Design; limited-edition photo Simmetry by Maria Svarbova, Lemon Frame.

Photo: Paolo Riolzi