Created for villa E1027. Structure in nickel-plated brass, mirror, frosted curved glass for the bulb cover.

DIMENSIONS l.35,4 x 28,7 x 6,6 inch


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As early as 1924, encouraged by architect and founder of the "Architecture Vivante" magazine Jean Badovici, Eileen Gray began studying architecture, culminating in the construction of Villa E-1027 in Roquebrune. Her work essentially consists of luxurious, meticulously finished objects in a rigorous, functional style, such as the satellite mirror.


40 years later, Ecart International is still working in the footsteps of its creator, in particular by using noble materials, promoting French know-how.

Through this collection, Ecart International remains committed to bringing to life a tradition of eclecticism and timeless quality.

An art of simple and functional elegance straight out of the avant-garde spirit of the designer.