Nove, meaning “nine” in Italian, is a mirror that reflects the nine angles of a user’s face. Crafted from a single aluminum sheet, this mirror is cut, bent, and polished to create a series of surfaces that enrich functionality and transform the traditionally flat product into a multifaceted object.

The intent behind Nove was to create a mirror that redefines the interaction between itself and the user. The design invites engagement, encouraging people to explore their appearance by getting close to and interacting with the product. 

We focused on developing the form through the manipulation of the material. This process helped highlight and communicate the mirror’s story as an object meant to reflect different angles of the user’s face.