by Mikal Harrsen
Ghost wall is a contemporary interpretation of a wall unit ideal for creating unique arrangements while leaving room for boundless interpretive uses. The design marks Mikal Harrsen’s debut with Cassina and is all about creativity. The system of decorative panels is available in different sizes and materials, from wood to glass to fabric. Its innovative personality lies in the narrow footprint (circa 30 mm) of panels and supports, which allows the structure to be camouflaged. Framed and supported by extruded aluminum rack units with integrated power access, the panels come in various types of lacquered or veneered wood, mirrored or black-lacquered glass, and fabric. There is also a customizable decorative version allowing the application of one’s wallpaper.
Further customization is possible with various accessories designed to enhance the panels. There are shelves of different depths with deluxe glass tops with an LED light option, a shelf with a microfibre-clad clothing rod, and a mirror. Rounding out the collection are matte lacquered storage containers in two widths and heights, finished with an inset top in different types of marble, mirrored glass, or black-lacquered glass.
Mikal Harrsen is a Danish architect and industrial designer based out of Milan. He has founded multiple companies, including Studio Mikal Harrsen, MA/U Studio, and Design Editions. Throughout his career, he has focused on creating original design solutions for clients and brands with ambitious projects and a broad product portfolio. Today Mikal Harrsen focuses on exploring isolated aesthetic aspects of materials and design. With more than two decades of experience as an independent designer Mikal Harrsen has gained solid know-how and has received several prestigious international awards, including the RedDot Awards, IF Award, and the Compasso d'Oro Honorable Mention. His collaborations and clients include Royal Copenhagen, MA/U Studio, Boffi, and Cassina.
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