The Moon Mirror is a color mirror disc, suspended in a frame. This defines the space of the object that is no longer constrained. Wood, lacquer and glass are superimposed to create an object on the border between art and design, both a plastic work and a design object, creating an ethereal reflection of reality through color.
Reda Amalou imagined a mirror in opposition to the classical mirror that is traditionally defined by its frame. A piece combining simplicity and strength. The square round and the color oppose, they bring a singular, poetic character, and reinforce the visual impact of the suspended mirror.
Proud of his French and Algerian dual culture, Reda Amalou is a citizen of the world that feeds on the cultures that surround and surprise him. Born in Paris, he studied in London at East London University and worked for twenty years on numerous hotel projects in Asia with a strong ecological tropism. His combination of minimalism, elegance and sobriety expressed in curves and noble materials, deep lacquer, bronze, leather, gives a strong sense of luxury to his collection.