This dramatic and bold mirror is intended to be used either as a focal point in front of a wall or window or as a sculptural room divider. Suspended from the ceiling by metal rods, it is made of one-way mirror. While one side offers a slight dark-hued mirror, the other side appears to be grey-tinted glass. The mirror attaches to the ceiling with a rectangular brushed-brass plate that can either be covered by plaster or exposed.
One way mirror is a reciprocal mirror that appears reflective on one side and transparent at the other. The perception of one-way transmission is achieved when one side of the mirror is brightly lit and the other side is dark. This allows viewing from the darkened side but not vice versa.