Mogg Bice Wall Mirror With Hangers

Code: BICE - MBI22
  • Now £854.40
  • RRP £1,068.00
Item out of Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours

Size: 830mm x 90mm x 1860mm.

Available in mixed metal finishes.

Designed By: ROBERTO MORA, 2012.

Bice is a set of 6 wall hanging butterflies in brass casting designed by Roberto Mora for the brand Mogg, with two different sizes. The butterflies are available in copper or nickel finish.

We offer various delivery options to ensure your orders are delivered in a style that correctly suits you. Orders can always be collected in store. for smaller items there is the option of delivery via UPS and for larger items we offer our two man white glove delivery and installation service.


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White Glove Delivery and Install

Note: this service does not include for any fixed furniture and excludes mirrors. Should you select any delivery option other than white glove delivery please note installation will NOT be part of the service.  Please see our checkout pages when buying products for the latest on delivery options.

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Royal Mail Carriers

For smaller orders you are able to select  "Royal Mail" to have your delivery made by royal mail carriers.

Delivery Info

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MOGG was born from the will of its creator, the architect Nicola Galbiati. With many years of experience in the world of furniture and design, the architect starts from where he stopped. Artistic director but also skilled in framing everything in a pragmatic business vision, always with the commitment and the subtle pleasure of looking ahead. Curious by nature, he is fascinated by understanding, anticipating. Research is the real engine of his work, then the skill and knowledge in the field complete his skills. MOGG srl and 'a new furniture company complements, which opens its doors at the Milan Furniture Fair 2012. MOGG has a soul and a very precise, fresh, curious identity that wants to amaze and wonder, looking for capable interlocutors with their visions (even crazy and dreamers), with their enthusiasm, work and intuition to appreciate the new and modern concept of living.

Browse our range of Mogg at Glassdomain.

ROBERTO MORA - After the graphics and painting of the early years, Mora enthusiastically embraces practices and theories of radical design in the 1990s. From this moment, the Dilmos gallery in Milan, will become for him a design gym and ideal place to present his "unique pieces": objects / sculptures hovering between function and form dystrophies. In those years Mora practiced and explored the expressive possibilities of iron, to which he combined wood and river stones encountered in his usual pilgrimages along the Apennine rivers. In 2004 he participated in the exhibition "Radical Design" curated by Gianni Pettena which documents in a small and rich volume the evolution of design from the 60s to the present: Gianni Osgnach, Roberto Mora, Alessandro Ciffo, Andrea Salvetti the Campana brothers and a dozen others represent the latest generation of self-produced designers. In 2005 he was invited to "Art of Italian Design", an international exhibition curated by Alessandro Mendini. The end of 2006 coincides with the trip to Indonesia. Here, Mora, collects suggestions and experiences that will have considerable influence on the birth of "tubismo". In 2008 presents the new "Carte & Cartocci" collection: it is the iron of new protagonist that dreams of being able to fly simulating the lightness and the fragility of the paper. In 2010, he took part in the show "What things we are" curated by Alessandro Mendini and visible for a whole year at the Triennale museum in Milan. In 2011 he presented "Babel", a new cylindrical container that continues the crumpled traces of previous works, this time in a more sophisticated colour.

Browse our range of Mogg at Glassdomain.