The Venetian company & egrave; internationally known for its product catalog, made by renowned designers all over the world. An exclusive Made in Italy brand that starts its business; in 1976, thanks to the entrepreneur Eugenio Perazza. From that moment on Magis has always distinguished its accessories with a unique and unparalleled style. A bulwark of Italian design, winner of innumerable prizes and awards. Stools, sofas, chaise longues, tables, bookcases, drawers and accessories are just a part of the collections design
The Venetian company & egrave; internationally known for its product catalog, made by renowned designers all over the world. An exclusive Made in Italy brand that starts its business; in 1976, thanks to the entrepreneur Eugenio Perazza. From that moment on Magis has always distinguished its accessories with a unique and unparalleled style. A bulwark of Italian design, winner of innumerable prizes and awards. Stools, sofas, chaise longues, tables, bookcases, drawers and accessories are just a part of the collections designed for modern and trendy interior design. There are also decorative accessories for the furnishing of both public and private exteriors, to transform terraces and gardens into versatile spaces. Let's not forget the part dedicated to children where fantasy meets functionality.
The continuous experimentation and the search for new horizons are some of the elements that have guaranteed the undisputed success of Magis . Each collection includes creative products designed to revisit the liveability; daily, renewing the decor of your home, in all the different environments. The Italian brand & egrave; unquestionably part of the history of design in recent decades, so much so as to be part of numerous contemporary museum collections, such as the Center Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London or in New York at the renowned MoMA.
The countless and profitable collaborations have made Magis a guarantee of quality & agrave; and innovation always in constant change. Like the products designed by Phlippe Starck , creations that have become icons of trendy furniture. The French architect for Magis has created the Zartan collection of chairs, to be chosen in the different versions available or the S.S.S.S. Sweet Stainless Steel Stool, designed together with Luigi Barei. The structure is totally in stainless steel and the height is adjustable, thanks to the presence of a gas piston. Phlippe Starck with the Chien Savant experiments, playing with shapes and lines, creating a writing table for children with a polyethylene seat printed using the technique called rotational molding.
The model of Bunky bunk bed , the original Rock doorstop or the Dish Doctor dish rack are some of the articles made by the famous Australian designer Marc Newson. The extensive Magis product catalog includes several complements made by Naoto Fukasawa, which characterizes their work by combining the forms linked to an object in its essential functionalities. Cos & igrave; born the extendable tables of the Daja-vu line, from the structure in polished extruded aluminum while the horizontal shelf is used; in HPL. The library module with Cosino open shelves can be used; be modular, stackable and approachable, giving dynamism to the living context in which it is integrated.
Complements that define the space in a versatile way, with new decorative concepts. Like the production of Stefano Giovannoni that for Magis offers linear and essential geometries, declined in the Paso Doble collection that includes chairs, stools, chaise longues and armchairs. Or the originality is; of the Boogie Woogie bookcase that breaks up the space, with harmonious wavy shapes.
The products of the Ligurian architect not only include 'furniture but revisit, in an ironic and modern, objects of common use. For example the model of broom Mag & agrave; made of polypropylene and fiberglass with polyester bristles, equipped with spare accessories and hook for wall mounting. Winner of the Compasso d'Oro award three times; Enzo Mari that for the Italian brand designs the Erettio umbrella stand , recalling the classical art of ancient Greece. Revisited through the use of experimental materials, such as injection-molded polypropylene fiber. The traditional staticit & agrave; of the silent servant relives thanks to Pronto, the coat hanger is equipped with a practical glove box. The management of space becomes the protagonist of the living furniture with Dove, the basket made of glossy SAN printed, stackable and available with small wheels, designed by the eclectic Andries & amp; Hiroko Van Onck.
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