In Södermanland there is a nature reserve where the small lake Bovik is guarded and protected by Natura 2000. We also protect nature and its resources and have therefore created a frameless mirror of nature-friendly materials with the same name as the small lake in Södermanland.
Sweden’s deepest lake, Hornavan, is 221 metres deep and is surrounded by dense forests.
The frame of the Hornavan mirror is also in fact made from top quality wood.
Hornavan is a rectangular mirror with a wooden frame of the highest quality. Brass rings as details give this mirror a luxurious look.
The Husån is a medium-sized river that flows through a number of lakes.
This inspired us to create a range of circular mirrors of various dimensions and colours, like the lakes through which the Husån flows.
Kallsjön lake, in the municipality of Åre, in Jämtland, is part of the main Indalsälven estuary.
The name Kallsjön means cold lake, and this range of mirrors is also designed in a reserved and practical style.
496 meters above sea level located in Jämtland is the small lake Pauten.
When the sun lights up the small lake, we were inspired to make a long and rounded mirror with lighting with the same name.
The lighting embraces and illuminates the entire mirror in the same way the sun illuminates an entire lake.
Sareks is Europe’s oldest national park (1909), located in the Scandinavian mountains. The smooth, glistening surface of the mirror elevated on a bevelling, oblique frame, resembles numerous mountain-top lakes and glaciers.