THE M2 MIRROR FROM STUDIO CIAO’S MIRO COLLECTION PRESENTS A DISTINCTIVE DIAMOND DESIGN WITH SLEEK LINES AND UNIQUE DETAILING. NINE CIRCULAR MIRRORS CENTRED ON THE DESIGN PROVIDE AN ENGAGING VISUAL INTEREST. THE SLIM LINE PROFILE CREATES AN ELEGANCE, THE SCULPTURAL FORMS ARE BRILLIANT AS THEY ARE ESSENTIAL AND THE DESIGN PRINCIPLES OF HARMONY AND CONTRATS ARE EFFORTLESSLY TRANSFORMED THROUGH THE USE OF THE ENDLESS AVAILABLE COLOURS AND FINISHES. THE MIRO COLLECTION CREATES UNIQUE SOLUTIONS FOR A RANGE OF APPLICATIONS, WITHIN RESIDENTIAL, HOSPITALITY, WORKPLACE AND RETAIL PROJECTS WITH THE VERSATILITY TO WORK IN AN INTERIOR AND/OR EXTERIOR CONTEXT.
ALL STUDIO CIAO PRODUCTS ARE PROUDLY DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN AUSTRALIA.
1300 mm x H 1300 mm, custom sizes available.
COLOUR AND FINISH
Powder coated Aluminium.
Custom colours and finishes available.
4 - 6 Weeks
Price provided on application.
CARE & MAINTENANCE
The Miro collection of mirrors by Studio Ciao have the versatility to be used for interior and exterior use. All designs are constructed from Aluminium and powder coated in one of the endless available colours, alternatively custom finishes such as anodising are available. Powder coating is a highly durable finish however it’s imperative a simple maintenance routine is carried out on a regular basis to ensure the finish of your product is preserved in the highest possible condition and the warranty requirements are complied with. In stable environments cleaning every three months is adequate, in harsh environments with extreme conditions i.e beach locations, industrial, commercial or city locations with high levels of atmospheric pollutants cleaning every one to two months is advisable.
In normal circumstances cleaning a powder coated surface is a simple three-step process. Firstly rinse your product with lukewarm water to remove any dirt, salt or other deposits on the powder coat surface, once you have completed rinsing the surface free of any deposits, use a mild detergent (e.g. pH- neutral liquid soap) diluted in lukewarm water and gently clean the wet surface with a wet cloth. Only clean a wet surface and avoid rubbing the surface excessively. Use only non-abrasive sponges or clothes such as micro fibre and never use aggressive solvents, pressure cleaners and harsh chemicals. The third step is to simply rinse clean the washed surface with clean lukewarm water making sure to remove all residues from the cleaning process.