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CUBIKO MIRROR & STORAGE UNIT

Designer:  Eugénie de Loynes, Martin Luu

$80.00

A mirror designed to make the most of small space living. Tucked behind the profile of the mirror are three shelves for hidden storage. A versatile product for storing accessories, bathroom essentials, keys and more. Great for use in the bathroom, bedroom or entryway.

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A mirror designed to make the most of small space living. Tucked behind the profile of the mirror are three shelves for hidden storage. A versatile product for storing accessories, bathroom essentials, keys and more. Great for use in the bathroom, bedroom or entryway.

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  • A modern medicine cabinet with open shelving hidden in behind the mirror. Use in the bathroom as a medicine cabinet or in the entryway for storing daily essentials.
  • Place 2 mirrors side by side for a double-width cabinet suitable for 2 people.
  • Mounting hardware included.
  • Powder coated metal structure with mirror.
  • Can hold 40 lbs (19 kg) when installed securely against the wall


ITEM NUMBER: 1009654-040
Eugénie de Loynes

Born in Nantes, France, Eugénie lived with family abroad—in Reunion Island and Japan--for much of her childhood years. She attended L’insitut Superieur...

Born in Nantes, France, Eugénie lived with family abroad—in Reunion Island and Japan--for much of her childhood years. She attended L’insitut Superieur D’Arts Appliques in 2005, and completed her Masters in Industrial and Product Design at Creapole-ESDI Paris in 2009. Her interest in nature, antiques and different cultures has influenced her approach to design, often looking at diverse avenues for inspiration  and challenging the way things have always been made. For Eugénie, great design is simple and changes people’s everyday lives. Eugénie currently resides in Toronto, Canada.

Martin Luu

While growing up in Toronto, Martin was keen on exploring his creativity through different mediums. His teenaged years were focused on producing graphics, photography,...

While growing up in Toronto, Martin was keen on exploring his creativity through different mediums. His teenaged years were focused on producing graphics, photography, illustration, and sculptures. He would eventually pursue his bachelors in Industrial Design at OCAD University, where he was able to apply his multi-disciplinary perspective to design.

Martin is fascinated by simple solutions and playful material details. In the studio, he enjoys a hands-on approach to design. He considers his most creative moments to be in the midst of sketching, making, and working through problems with others. To him, great design is the result of curiosity and rigor. It is a playful, iterative process to find the soul of a product.

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