Bower is a New York City based studio with a multidisciplinary approach to contemporary furniture and product design. Through a free, experimental process, the intent of Bower’s work is to bring unique and unexpected objects into people’s lives. Bower designs are defined by a natural tendency to traverse conventional standards through an emphasis on essential forms. Finding intriguing characteristics in anything from plants and animals to toys from their childhood, they dream up completely different functional applications, often culminating in surprising results. This process is Bower’s happy place, experimenting and exploring a detail that has caught their interest without being sure how it will manifest itself in the end. The spirit of discovery lives through their collections and is felt when people engage with a Bower design.
An homage to Oscar Reutersvard's impossible object, the Penrose triangle, Bower's Tribar Mirror is composed of tinted mirror pieces arranged to create visual depth and surprising dimension. A true head scratcher.
40-1/2 x 47 x 1-1/4 in