TAFLA metal mirrors come in numerous shapes and sizes: from large round mirrors to geometric smaller sculptural forms. TAFLA O, TAFLA C and TAFLA Q are artistic variations of the same concept of creating a decorative sculptural mirror out of inflated steel using the FiDU technology. Some of them are characterized by a minimalist simplicity and respect for proportions, while some are distinguished by a soft line of organic form. There is such a diversity that arranging them together is reminiscent of storytelling. Will it be a story of water drops or pieces of shattered glass immortalized on the wall? It is a question of space and imagination.
Tafla mirrors are a series of common geometric forms with a sophisticated twist. Their bionic shapes were inspired by drops of water, piles of stones, pieces of wood and shards of rock. They can be arranged in multiple sets that give another dimension to an interior and create a unique story on the wall.
Zieta Studio’s “free deformation” process of creation results in Tafla’s extravagant elegance, which emphasizes the true nature of metal. The aim was to facilitate a geometric irregularity that exudes calm.
TAFLA Mirrors: modular series reflective wall sculptures