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Jordan Keaney

BC (Big Circle) Mirror

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Description/

BC is a member of the first foam mirror collection by Jordan Keaney. This collection features a range of mirrors with a sculptural piece of ceramic on the face of the mirror, coated in a variety of beautiful colours from a bespoke palette. This broken ceramic mirror collection was born out of destruction, an original piece by Jordan Keaney titled ‘Coda’ was on display in the RIBA Gallery, when a passer by clumsily knocked it over with their bag, destorying it instantly. Jordan collected the shattered remains of the piece and in its fragmentation, noticed shards of beautiful natural work, which then led to the development of the first foam mirror collection which gives a colourful burst to any room, amongst it’s organised yet chaotic structure. Not wanting to throw away the waste of an accidentally broken collection, led to the birth of a deliverately broken collection.


Jordan Keaney

designer

Born in London, Jordan Keaney grew up with two parents in recruitment who didn't encourage creativity, with the view that it was an uncertain path to go down. He would frequently experiment with making products from items he would find in dumpsters or scrap yards and later build his own workshop in his garden to progress said products. He later went to university to study product design, and before graduating had secured a commission from the British Council of Art and Design, to work at the Architecture and Art Biennale in Venice, Italy. It was there in Venice that Jordan Designed the table that kicked off his career, Coda, a wonderfully poetic side table that resembles the tail of a gondola in a minimalistic fashion. Coda was then brought to the RIBA Gallery in Liverpool where it was exhibited for 6 months due to its popularity. Following the success of Coda, Keaney was commissioned to carry out work for London Design Festival, and eventually the ICFF Exhibition in New York City, with each collection he released growing in size and popularity. Now running his own multidisciplinary studio in London, working with some of the cities finest artisans and craftspeople, and through the research and development of many exciting new materials and manufacturing methods, he aims to bring beauty to the homes of many, with what he calls his 'Functional Sculptures'.

  • Date/

    2022

  • Color/

    Orange

  • Edition/

    Unique

  • Exclusive/

    Yes

  • Material/

    Glass

  • Dimension/

    60.0 x 3.0 x 60.0 cm (23.6 x 1.2 x 23.6 in)

  • Style/

    Organic Modern

  • Heritage/

    United Kingdom

  • Ships from/

    London, UK

  • Made to order/

    Yes

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