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Maker
OMK 1965
Year
1981

The Orbit Mirror was designed as a combination mirror for maximum utility. This mirror is formed by a large circular main mirror, with a fine tubular steel orbiting arm supporting a small vanity mirror, including both magnifying and regular mirror sides, which pivots on its own axis to reveal both regular and magnifying mirror surfaces.

Utilising a very simple design and basic physics to keep the orbiting mirror in place, the mirror rotates 180 degrees allowing a full view of the back of the head, which is not easily achieved with most mirrors.

$ 1,550 

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Dimensions
Length
86
cm
Depth
7
cm
Height
55
cm
Materials

Steel and mirror glass / Toughened glass used for main mirror

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Additional Info

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Designed in the UK
Premium build quality

Orbit Mirror

Orbit Mirror

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Orbit Mirror

Rodney Kinsman

The Maker / 

OMK 1965

OMK was founded by Rodney Kinsman in 1965 after graduating from the Central School of Art in London. Kinsman’s goal was to usher in a new era of modern British design. The company quickly became a key figure in the High-Tech design movement and produced many of the most successful furniture ranges that retailed through Terence Conran’s Habitat stores in the 60s and 70s.

The Designer / 

Rodney Kinsman

Rodney Kinsman graduated from the Central School of Art in London in 1965 with a goal to usher in a new era of modern British design. In 1966 Rodney founded OMK to produce the progressive designs he intended to create. The company quickly became a key figure in the High-Tech design movement and produced many of the highly successful furniture ranges retailed through Terence Conran’s Habitat stores in the ‘60s and ‘70s.

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