MAGIS NEWS 2016

Magis has presented a curated selection of product at the recent IMM Cologne and Stockholm Furniture & Design Fair. The Italian design company has showcased a collection of products, developed in partnership with internationally renowned designers, highlighting the company’s ingenuity and ability to spot new trends, as it prepares to celebrate its 40th anniversary this year.


Finnish designer Eero Aarnio has developed the Happy Bird project, available in a range of heights and inspired by the world of animals. The abstract bird is made of polyethylene, with solid ash wood feet in the large version and plastic ones in the small version.

 

Happy Bird Project designed by Eero Aarnio for Magis.

 

The Trotter chair designed by Rogier Martens is made of a steel rod frame and a rubber wheel, and is shaped like a wheelbarrow, enticing children to play actively.

 

Trotter Chair designed by Rogier Martens for Magis.

 

Sam Son is the brainchild of Konstantin Grcic and is an armchair suitable for outdoor use with a cartoon-like design. With its large back and armrests, Sam Son is ready to welcome anyone seeking comfort and support.

 

Sam Son designed by Konstantin Grcic for Magis.

 

In the Officina collection, the Bouroullec brothers took on wrought iron, seeking a new language for this material. After tables, the collection has now expanded to include chairs and stools, which echo the structure of the tables, combining it with seats and backs in different materials. A pure design that revives the characteristics of an ancient material to give it a new lease of life.

 

Officia range designed by Ronan & Ewan Bouroullec for Magis.

 

The Troy collection, designed by Marcel Wanders, are expanded with additional versions and a constant flow of enchanting new variations. Troy now comes with splendid steel-rod legs in metallic gold and copper, or in elegant black and white. 

 
Troy Chair designed by Marcel Wanders for Magis.

 

The Cyborg collection, also designed by Marcel Wanders, is relaunched in natural materials, and the chair now comes with a backrest in premium cane weave.

Cyborg Chair designed by Marcel Wanders for Magis.

 

Big Will table, developed by Philippe Starck, now comes with wheels and feet. The table can be extended and is available in die-cast aluminium, either polished or painted.

 

Big Will table designed by Philippe Starck for Magis.