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  • Magis Design Magis - Tavolo XZ3 (round)
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    Magis Design Magis - Tavolo XZ3 (round)
    The dining table Tavolo by Magis appears with a filigree steel wire frame and a round table top made of resistant MDF. The Magis design of 1990 offers enough space for the whole family with its round top. The graceful steel wire base is available out of a chrome-plated or epoxy-lacquered edition in black or white, suiting the table top. This is the reason why Tavolo (Ital. Table) effortlessly fits in the most different furnishing styles. The exceptional table base is the reason for the individuality of Tavolo. The Tavolo XZ3 dining table by Magis is also available in a rectangular variant with a black or a white table top.
  • Magis Design Magis - Pizza Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Pizza Table
    The Italian pastry inspired the name of the Magis Pizza Table: The borders are thicker than the middle, as well as the culinary model. The clear and simultaneously organic appealing design is typical for the designer of the Magis Pizza Table, Naoto Fukasawa. The Japan created a table, whose voluminous top interacts excitingly with the thin feet. The Pizza Table by Magis serves as couch or side table since it is available in two heights. Magis produces the Pizza Table with a table top out of ABS and a frame out of lacquered steel wire. The higher borders possess the additional advantage that the things on the table won’t fall down easily. Available in different colours and sizes.
  • Magis Design Magis - Butch The Wild Bunch Dining Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Butch The Wild Bunch Dining Table
    Butch is a dining table out of the “The Wild Bunch” Collection by Magis. The collection designed by Konstantin Grcic started with the Tom & Jerry stools in 2011 and it includes different furniture pieces today – stools, side tables, chairs and shelves – with industrial charm. Konstantin Grcic included typical industrial elements being inspired by traditional workshop furniture, which he translated into functional and appealing pieces for his The Wild Bunch Collection. Butch is a dining table with a large top of 180 x 90 cm. The table top is made out of HPL and it was adapted to the fiberglass-reinforced elements of polypropylene regarding their colour. Contrasting the massive wood of the frame, it is Butch that convinces with an interesting mixture of materials – like all of the pieces of the series The Wild Bunch. Also available in a complete look with black base and dark table top.
  • Magis Design Magis - Piña Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Piña Chair
    Piña is a Magis Collection created by the designer Jaime Hayón. The exceptional design convinces with a seat construction that reminds us of a pineapple with the honeycombs structure. That’s the reason for its name (Piña means pineapple in Spanish). The first Piña chair was a design of 2011. A painted steel wire seat thereby lays on a massive base made of oak wood. The filigree shape of the design was combined with a cushion for the seat and the backrest and it therefore ensures pleasant seat comfort. The Piña design by Jaime Hayón is a game with opposites: Filigree and massive, hard and soft and coloured and natural elements come together for an innovative Magis collection. The coloured polyester lacquered steel wire frame, which can be combined with different bases (made of wood or steel) for exciting chair variants like a lounger, a swinging chair or an armchair is characteristic for the Piña Collection. Different variants are available with suitable, coloured bases as well.
  • Magis Design Magis - Baguette Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Baguette Table
    Who only thinks of something eatable by the word Baguette, will learn better with the eponymous piece of furniture by the design brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. The baguette table is perfectly suitable as dining table – its name however, leads to a different direction: Its filigree form, and not its function. Baguette can have many meanings out of the French language: Besides a white bar of bread, Baguette can also be a rod, a whip, a tact rod, capping strips and many other slim things. The intention of the brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec was to design an aluminium table frame but to consume as little aluminium as possible for this – therefrom the graceful shape of the frame. The effect is not only its appearance, but much more a graphic feature, because it appears as if massive table boards of four smooth (eating-)bars were supporting it. Moreover converging feet in a triangle and the rectangular table top follow a strict, geometric shaping. The Italian company Magis produces the Baguette table in two sizes (table top length: 160 Cm or 205 cm). The table feet consist of aluminium, the traverse out of profile aluminium. The frames are available in glossy polished or white / black lacquered editions. This last one can also be used outdoors with the according table top. Also the materials the tables are made of are exclusive: From less expensive MDF board (white of black lacquered), over glass tops (white dyed through) up to noble table boards out of natural stone (quartzite or Italian slate), Magis offers suitable solutions for every interior.
  • Magis Design Magis - Traffic Platform
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    Magis Design Magis - Traffic Platform
    The Traffic Platform is a chair of a special kind: Partly a sofa and partly a lounge chair – this one is a seat by Magis, which breaks denomination categories. The shiny, very slim metal structures of the Magis Traffic Platform represent visual contrast to the voluminous cushions. The whole construction of the armchair was kept geometrically and completed by a technical language of form, like it is typical for the designs of the German designer Konstantin Grcic. Magis produces the Traffic Platform with a frame made of powder coated steel and cushions of polyurethane foam. The removable pillowcase of the Kvadrat fabric Steelcut Trio shines with multifaceted colours and robustness. The Traffic Platform by Magis is also available in further colour combinations. All the other products of the Traffic series by Grcic are available as well.
  • Magis Design Magis - Tom The Wild Bunch Barstool
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    Magis Design Magis - Tom The Wild Bunch Barstool
    Tom & Jerry by Magis is a stool which finds new points of view with its contrasts. Thanks to its low size and the adjustable height, it is versatile usable. The design by Konstantin Grcic is based on classic workshop stools. The colourful elements with the height adjustable screw create a colour and material contrast – since what would Tom & Jerry be without tension between the main characters? Since the stool by Magis is still acting unobtrusively, it can be used in living and object rooms equally. The seat height of the stool (Tom) can be step-less adapted between 70 and 86 cm. The corpus of the stool by Magis consists of massive beech wood, while the screw and the connecting element are made out of polypropylene. The barstool Tom has its counterpart in a small stool called Jerry.
  • Magis Design Magis - Tavolo XZ3 - rectangular
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    Magis Design Magis - Tavolo XZ3 - rectangular
    Tavolo XZ3 is a rectangular dining table of the Italian manufacturer Magis. The table top lies on an extravagant frame out of round steel. With a length of two meters and offers enough space for several people. The design was coined by Studio Tecnico Magis. The table top of the Tavolo XZ3 consists of MDF. This half-thick fiber board is covered with a polymer foil during the manufacture and is 28 millimeters thick. The carrying frame consists of steel rod and it is available whether chromed or white lacquered. The ends of the frame are covered with plastic so that the floor won’t get scratched. Magis also offers the Tavolo XZ3 in a rectangular and a round edition.
  • Magis Design Magis - Topsy The Wild Bunch Side Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Topsy The Wild Bunch Side Table
    Topsy is a side table out of the “The Wild Bunch” family by Magis. The Collection by Konstantin Grcic, which started with the stools Tom & Jerry in 2011, includes furniture leaned on classic workshop furniture pieces, connected by an industrial expression. The Topsy side table by Magis is height-adjustable between 64.5 and 80.5 cm because of the intelligent construction and the industrially appealing screw thread. The frame of massive beech wood (FSC-certified) carries a table top out of HPL. The two elements are connected with fiberglass reinforced polypropylene elements, which add the special look to the Topsy table.
  • Magis Design Magis - Troy Chair wood / sled frame
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    Magis Design Magis - Troy Chair wood / sled frame
    Troy is a versatile series of chairs created by the Netherlands designer Marcel Wanders for Magis, which he continued developing since 2010, completing it with new models from time to time. The big selection of different seats and bases (star base, sled frame, four-legged frame) is the reason why Troy is suitable to be used in the office, in the living room or in public places because of the stacking function. The Troy chair by Magis is presented with an interesting mixture of materials with the wooden seat made of beech plywood and the sled frame made of chrome-plated steel. The possibility of stacking the chairs (max. 6 Chairs) is a great method to store the chairs without the need of much space. It is ideally suitable to be used outside, at events, in the classroom or for many other purposes. For those of you who prefer exceptional things, the Troy chair is available in many other editions or as office chair with castors and a four-star base. The seat is available coated with fabric, with relief decoration or in further colours.
  • Magis Design Magis - Tibu Stool
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    Magis Design Magis - Tibu Stool
    Tibu is a modern re-interpretation of the classic barstool. The design was coined by the duo n Anderssen & Espen Voll in 2014. The pneumatically height adjustable stool is one of the most important acquisitions, which was firstly presented by Stefano Giovannoni with the Bombo stool by Magis in 1997. The Tibu stool should be height adjustable on a new way, with the demand of the designers of re-defining the category of the barstool. The design of Tibu is a seamless connection of seat and footrest. A polyurethane seat lays on a frame of polyester painted steel. One colour covers the while stool, emphasizing the equivalence of the single design elements. The Tibu stool by Magis is height adjustable between 60 and 77 cm and it is therewith suitable to be used at tables and counters of different heights. The seat can also be ordered with a fabric cover, which is adapted to the colour of the base and which suits the design of Andersen & Voll uniformly. The Tibu barstool is also available in further colours as well as in fixed heights of 66 cm or 76 cm.
  • Magis Design Magis - Officina Console Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Officina Console Table
    To forge iron is one of the most ancient production techniques. The designer brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec concentrated on this original technique of metal processing and designed different models, whose appearance is dominated by the industrial material. The results are frames with nine geometrical shapes. The rough and imperfect appearance of iron adds an individual appearance to the furniture of the Officina Collection. The base of the console table is made of zinc-plated forge iron and it is ornamented by different table tops made of slate or walnut. The material mix emerging out of the contrast of table top and frame is the reason why the Officina console by Magis is especially attractive. The robust surface of the Officina table is also the reason why it is a welcomed guest in covered outdoor places. The table should be protected from weather influences, in order to save the qualities of the material, as is suggested by the manufacturer. The Officina Collection by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec includes chairs, numerous tables and stools, which convince with the combination of masculine materials and filigree shapes.
  • Magis Design Magis - Soho Office Swivel Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Soho Office Swivel Chair
    The designer Naoto Fukasawa created a height adjustable office chair for Magis in 2008, which unifies functional and aesthetical demands with its elegant seat and the chrome-plated steel tube frame: Soho. The steel tube frame has 5 smooth castors, with which the Soho office chair from Magis is able to roll on parquet without damaging it. A seat of polyurethane integral foam or birch wood plywood enables ergonomic sitting. The Magis office swivel chair Soho is also available in further colours as well as with an armrests construction.
  • Magis Design Magis - Tuffy The Wild Bunch Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Tuffy The Wild Bunch Chair
    Tuffy is a piece of furniture out of the “The Wild Bunch” family by Magis. The collection designed by Konstantin Grcic started with the Tom & Jerry series in 2011. Konstantin Grcic included typical industrial elements being inspired by traditional workshop furniture, which he translated into functional and appealing pieces. That’s how Tuffy the chair is rotatable thanks to its intelligent construction and the screw thread out of fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene and its height is also adjustable between 42 and 61 cm. The seat and the base are made of massive beech wood. Tuffy convinces with an interesting mix of materials of wood and polypropylene – like all the members of the family The Wild Bunch.
  • Magis Design Magis - Pipe Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Pipe Chair
    The Pipe series was designed by Jasper Morrison for Magis in 2009. Morrison concentrated on industrial materials and combined them with a modern, curved look. The frame of aluminium tube as well as the seat and the backrests of perforated aluminium sheets are available in polyester painted editions for indoor and outdoor use, as well as in a polished edition (to be used inside). Both editions are fire resistant and they are therefore usable in public places with according fire protection regulations. Moreover there is a variant of the Pipe chair with beech plywood seat and backrest (natural or with the colour of wengé), which is the reason why the chair has a natural hint. The Pipe chairs encourage ergonomic and balanced sitting comfort. The possibility of stacking them is also practical, although only a total of two chairs can be piled.
  • Magis Design Magis - Bombo Chair on wheels
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    Magis Design Magis - Bombo Chair on wheels
    The Bombo Chair by Stefano Giovannoni is produced successfully since 1999 by Magis. Since 2000, Bombo is able to hit the road. Bombo on wheels was launched! It is swivelling, height adjustable with a gas piston and perfectly suitable as a desk chair. The Bombo Chair rolls on 5 wheels consisting of polyamide. The seating shell is made of ABS plastic. The base is either available in stainless steel or zinc-plated steel with ABS cover. In addition to the below mentioned articles, more colours are available on request (e.g. ivory, orange, green, blue ultramarine)
  • Magis Design Magis - Theca Sideboard
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    Magis Design Magis - Theca Sideboard
    The Theca sideboard by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec is a real space wonder. The combination of massive wood and aluminium is the reason why the sideboard by Magis is a special eye-catcher in the living room or the office, where it hides vases, glasses, books or folders immediately. The design of 2014 is available in different colours and variants. Sides, back walls and sliding doors are made of anodized aluminium sheets, available in black or natural, combinable with different wooden boards. The sliding doors are the reason why Theca is especially space saving, since the doors are simply pushed behind each other. The withdrawing design and the material mix of aluminium and massive wood are the reason why Theca is a universal piece of storage furniture with a special appearance, convincing in homes or offices equally. Theca is available in a longer edition of 123 c, as well as in a smaller one of 93 cm. This is how the Magis sideboard can be installed in different sizes in living rooms.
  • Magis Design Magis - Troy Chair PP / four-legged
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    Magis Design Magis - Troy Chair PP / four-legged
    Troy is a versatile design created by Marcel Wanders for Magis. The chairs collection includes different chairs for private usage or public rooms, suitable for every place depending on the seat, frame and material of it. The polypropylene seat of the Troy chair is placed on a steel tube frame, which picks up the withdrawing image of Troy. The polyester coating is the reason why the Troy chair can be used inside and outside of the house. The possibility of stacking the chairs (max. 6 Chairs) is a great method to store the chairs without the need of much space. The versatile Troy chair is available in different variations with all types of bases and painted in various trendy colours.
  • Magis Design Magis - Jerry The Wild Bunch Stool
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    Magis Design Magis - Jerry The Wild Bunch Stool
    The Wild Bunch is a collection of the designer Konstantin Grcic, which gathers all kind of different furniture with industrial charm. Jerry is a height adjustable stool of the Tom & Jerry series. Just like all other members of The Wild Bunch family, Jerry enthuses with its interesting mixture of materials of polypropylene and solid wood. Inspired by traditional workshop furniture, Konstantin Grcic picks up common workshop elements, just like the bench vice, combines these with trendy colours and translate them into modern design language. Lo and behold, The Wild Bunch Series of Tom & Jerry is created. The stool is rotatable and the seat height varies between 50 and 66 cm. The joining element and screw are available in various colours and made of polypropylene reinforced with glass fibre. Seat and frame are manufactured out of solid beech. According to the cartoon duo Tom & Jerry, the stool is available in a small (Jerry) and large version (Tom).
  • Magis Design Magis - Cosino Shelving System
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    Magis Design Magis - Cosino Shelving System
    Simple and flexible: The Cosino shelving system by Magis is individually adaptable thanks to its modular construction. It offers a surface to store things, where there was unused space before. The basic idea of Naoto Fukasawa was to create a shelf for empty corners. The Cosino shelving system finds a place, where other shelves renounce their work: Cosino can be adapted individually since the shelving system has a modular construction. The typical style of the Japanese designer is visible in the rounded corners and the clear but still organic design of the shelf. The flexible possibilities are the reason why Cosino isn’t only suitable to be used in private houses, but also in offices, bookstores or other rooms. Magis produces the modular shelving system out of polypropylene, while the boards are made of birch wood. The material contrast is responsible for the elegant touch of the otherwise clear shelving system by Magis.
  • Magis Design Magis - Troy Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Troy Chair
    Simple and modern Unmistakable the Troy Chair wears the hand-writing of its creator Marcel Wanders and it is continuously being developed since 2010. The big selection of different seats and bases makes Troy suitable for the office, the living room and for private spaces because it is stackable. The wooden seat of beech plywood and the chrome-plated steel base are the reason why Troy by Magis is a chair with an interesting material mix. Troy can be stored without needing much space because it can be piled (max. 6 Chairs). It is also ideally suitable to be used in conference rooms, waiting rooms, classrooms and other event rooms. Decent décor The simple chair possesses a richly decorated high relief décor on the external part of its seat and connects therewith classic and modern elements. Marcel Wanders designed Troy for the Italian company Magis. Following his motto “I am inspired by what is beautiful”, Marcel Wanders offered his Troy chair a classic romantic pattern with flowers and vines. The opulent pattern exceptionally ornaments the seat and possesses the same colour as this one. That is how the pattern doesn’t crowd to the front and becomes a decent visual highlight at the elegant Troy chair. The chair with desir is part of a whole chair collection by Magis and Marcel Wanders: Troy is available with and without armrests, with and without décor and also in different colours.
  • Magis Design Magis - Troy Armchair PC / four-legged
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    Magis Design Magis - Troy Armchair PC / four-legged
    Troy is a versatile series of chairs created by the Netherlands designer Marcel Wanders for Magis, which he continued developing since 2010, completing it with new models from time to time. The big selection of different seats and is the reason why Troy is suitable to be used in the office, in the living room or in public places because of the stacking function. The stackable armchair made of a polycarbonate seat and a chrome-plated base is especially robust and resistant. The withdrawing design is suitable to be used in the living room as well as in restaurants or coffee shops. Troy is also available in further colours, with different bases or with relief decoration.
  • Magis Design Magis - Voido Rocking Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Voido Rocking Chair
    Ron Arad isn’t only an international renowned and award-winning furniture designer. His reputation grew among experts since he was the architect of the opera house in Tel Aviv. Since 2005, the Italian company Magis produces another highlight of the Israeli – British designer and architect: Voido. The rocking chair, consisting of blown-moulded polyethylene is suitable for in- and outdoors. The curvy shaped and swinging arm chair is available in further colours.
  • Magis Design Magis - Aviva folding chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Aviva folding chair
    Aviva from Magis is a robust and compact foldable chair made of massive beech-wood. Aviva was designed by the French architect and designer Marc Beithier. The design from Aviva is functional and it refuses any decorations and flourishes. When the chair is folded, Aviva needs hardly any space and it is easily storable in the smallest corners and gaps. In contrast to other foldable chairs, Aviva is robust and offers stabile seat-comfort. The simple chair possesses slight dents on the seat and the backrest with which it adapts to the human body. It was produced in the year 1979 for the first time, the Italian design company Magis re-edited Aviva in the year 2010 for the market. The foldable chair is available in different variants as well as with armrests.
  • Magis Design Magis - Air Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Air Chair
    Since 2000, design manufacturer Magis is producing the Air chair after a conception of Jasper Morrison. The stackable chair joins simple aesthetics with high quality material and is perfectly suitable for in- and outsides. Generally, Morrison's work is seen as simple and reduced to the essential. Another good example is his Air Chair. Morrison chose polypropylene as the material adding glass fibre. Due to the robust plastic material, the Air Chair is perfectly suitable for in- and outsides.
  • Magis Design Magis - Plus Unit Sideboard
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    Magis Design Magis - Plus Unit Sideboard
    The Plus Unit by Magis is a modular drawers system, which adapts to the demands of the user. Many combination possibilities make the sideboard individual. All the single elements of the Magis Plus Unit are combinable. It doesn’t matter is besides each other or on top of each other – the Plus Unit creates space where it is needed. That’s the reason why the versatile drawers are equally suitable for the office, public rooms of private homes. The Plus Unit modules, designed by Werner Aisslinger were honoured with the Red Dot Award as well as with the Compasso d’Oro because of their usage purpose. Magis produces the Plus Unit system out of robust ABS. The connecting elements out of aluminium have a special plug mechanism out of Teflon, so that combining occurs in an instant. The shape of the connecting elements of the Plus Unit also symbolizes the modular combinability of the storage system. A modular version on castors is also available beside the sideboard of the Magis Plus Unit. Both editions are also available in red and white and can be expanded as desired. We will gladly help you when it comes to comply your personal Magis Plus Unit.
  • Magis Voido Rocking Chair - glossy by Ron Arad
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    Magis Voido Rocking Chair - glossy by Ron Arad
    Rocking chair in glass fibre. This hand made version has a polished high gloss finish. Designed by Ron Arad and manufactured in Italy by Magis. Available in two colours. Dimensions: Height 78cm x Width 58cm x Depth 114cm.
  • Magis Linus Table by Javier Mariscal
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    Magis Linus Table by Javier Mariscal
    A pleasingly simple children's table designed by Javier Mariscal and manufactured by Magis. Really well made, it is robust and stable, and easy to clean. Available in three sizes. Material: legs in polypropylene with glass fibre added. Standard injection-moulded. Top in MDF with polymeric cover. Dimensions: Small rectangular table: 75 x 55 x 52H cm. Square table: 75 x 75 x 52H cm. Large rectangular table: 120 x 75 x 52H cm.
  • Magis Sussex Table by Robin Day
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    Magis Sussex Table by Robin Day
    This table features the natural beauty of a massive slab of Italian Ardesia slate top. The slate is 'split' ( rather than cut ) which means the surface has a textural surface. The frame is galvanised steel, with its characteristic patterning. Suitable for all year outdoor use. Note these tables are heavy. Dimensions: Larger Size - Height 71.5 cm x Width 200 cm x Depth 79 cm, Weight 141kgs. Smaller Size - Height 71.5 cm x Width 159 cm x Depth 79 cm, Weight 119kgs.
  • Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Table
    The Steelwood series from Magis is understood as reaction to the great trend of plastic furniture. To prove that it is also possible with other materials, modern Steelwood furniture was created. What has been strictly guarded in the case of the Steelwood chairs has only been lightly touched by the world famous design brothers Bouroullec at the table: Because metal is only a connecting element between frame and top for the table – the connections of the Steelwood table play a dominant role in the construction. The frame itself (also the legs and cross members) are still made out of massive beech wood, according to regulations. These are available in a natural colour (on demand) as well as black or white lacquered. The table top consists of robust HPL laminate. The result is a timeless table that knows how to convince, especially in combination with the Steelwood chairs.
  • Magis Tom & Jerry Stool by Konstantin Grcic
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    Magis Tom & Jerry Stool by Konstantin Grcic
    Swivel bar stools, adjustable in height. Materials: Frame in solid beech. Joint and screw in standard injection moulded polypropylene - available in black, red, light blue and white. Dimensions: Large: Height 70-86cm x Width 51cm (Seat Width 34cm) Small: Height 50-66cm x Width 48cm (Seat Width 34cm)
  • Magis Design Magis - Bombo Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Bombo Chair
    Another successful product of the Bombo series. Two years after the introduction of the Bombo bar stool by Stefano Giovannoni, the Italian company Magis released in 1999 the Bombo chair. Like its big brother, the Bombo chair wins over its aesthetics and functionality. It is swivelling and through a gas piston height adjustable. The smoothly shaped and convenient seating shell consists of ABS plastic. The Bamboo Chair is also available in further colours and editions for an additionally charged amount.
  • Magis Table First by Stefano Giovannoni
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    Magis Table First by Stefano Giovannoni
    A simple and elegant table suitable for use indoors. Materials: Medium-density fibreboard top painted in a matt white or black finish. Fibre glass is used in the polypropylene of the legs for reinforcement and stability. Dimensions: Rectangular top: Height 74cm x Width 140cm x Depth 80cm. Round top large: Height 74cm x Diameter 120cm. Standard leg height on all models 71cm
  • Magis Design Magis - Air-Armchair
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    Magis Design Magis - Air-Armchair
    The design manufacturer Magis produces the convincingly simple Air Chair after a design from Jasper Morrison since the year 2000. Six years later, the British designer and the Italian design company piled the fire of the Air Chair up with armrests. Morrisons works are generally deemed to be simply reduced to the essentials. So that also the armchair was designed stackable and manufactured out of polypropylene that is reinforced with glass fibre and worked out with a complicated die casting procedure. The armrests flow seamlessly, “in one casting” into the chair legs, what offers an extreme lightness to the chairs. This effect is reinforced because empty rooms emerge at the sides through which the Air promises an airy seat-comfort – totally according to its name. Because of the robust plastic material, the Air Chair is suitable for inside and outdoor areas. Beside the below showed colour variants, the Air-Armchair is also available in further colours.
  • Magis Steelwood Chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
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    Magis Steelwood Chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
    Chair with arms. Designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, manufactured in Italy by Magis. Steel frame, painted in epoxy resin. Legs and seat in solid beech (natural or painted). Dimensions: Height: 76cm x Width 55cm x Depth 46cm. Seat height: 45cm.
  • Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Shelving System
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    Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Shelving System
    The Steelwood family by Magis is a reaction to the meanwhile wide spread trend of producing furniture out of plastic. Magis has also produced many plastic products in its manufacturing history, but in this case, the designers wanted the further development of something different and new. The French designers and brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec developed the Steelwood family as the name reveals, out of metal and wood. Together both materials for an exceptional combination since wood and metal contrast each other, but still being a perfect fulfill. Magis produces the successful Steelwood family since 2008; this one was enlarged by a shelving system in 2009. The principle of the shelving system is based on modularity. Each module consists of pillars and diagonal rods out of massive beech (natural or colour lacquered), connection joints out of epoxide lacquered steel panel as well as bases out of MDF. The construction box principle enables numerous variants. A single module possesses 2 deposits and can furthermore be used as single side table or as night table. A presentable sideboard can for example be constructed out of 3 boards over each other and 3 modules besides each other. Magis delivers the most different pre-manufactured sizes up to complete shelving walls with 6 deposit boards over each other and 6 besides each other (H 210 cm, L 358 cm). The shelf is always delivered unassembled.
  • Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Armchair
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    Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Armchair
    The Steelwood Chair from Magis is a reaction to the meanwhile widely spread trend or manufacturing plastic chairs. Magis has already produced numerous plastic objects however, this time the designers wanted a further development and the production of something different and new. The French designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec designed the Steelwood chair, as the name already reveals, out of metal and wood. The seat and legs are made out of massive beech wood, while the back and armrests consist of metal. Together both materials form an exceptional chair that breaks with conventions. Wood and metal stand in contrast to each other perfectly complemented. In opposite to chairs out of plastic, Steelwood from Magis became a piece of individual character along the years, developing to a better one. The Steelwood Armchair from Magis is available in four different variants. The backrest is made out of steel plate, the seat and legs out of massive beech wood.
  • Magis Design Magis - Big Bombo Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Big Bombo Table
    The biggest in the Bombo family: Big Bombo. Italian design producer Magis continues its story of success with the Big Bombo Table. The table which is matching to the Bombo Chair (1999) is produced since 2002. Big Bombo has got a base made of chromed steel. For a secure stand the base is weighted. The table top is available in round and elliptic shape. The frame and the table top consist of acryl-painted polyurethane. The available colours are white, grey anthracite and metallic silver.
  • Magis Design Magis - Still Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Still Chair
    The Still Chair was designed by Marcel Wanders for Magis. The Italian company manufactures Still in a Blow Molding procedure out of polyethylene, making it an airy and fantasy-appearance chair. The design and name of the exceptional chair are therefore an homage to the childlike ability of enjoying and of unprejudiced evaluating the surroundings. With the Still Chair, the Netherlands designer Marcel Wanders has created a fanciful chair that wants to surpass stuck and cramped thoughts and designs. Like an inflated piece of furniture or a plastic bottle is how the Still Chair appears with its round forms on the first sight. The chair owes its appearance to the Blow Moulding procedure that is used by Magis for the production. Despite all playfulness of the design, Still is still a serious chair for indoor and outdoor areas. The Still Chair is demountable in parts. The legs can be screwed off for a transport or to store them. Still possesses small rubber slides under its feet for a safer stand of the polyethylene chair.
  • Magis Design Magis - Stool One
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    Magis Design Magis - Stool One
    The stackable bar stool „Stool One“ after a design from Konstantin Grcic is produced since the year 2006 by the Italian manufacturer Magis. Because of its high quality polyester lacquer, the bar stool can be used inside as well as outside. The seat area consists of aluminium-die casting whose surface is covered with fluorinated titanium and a polyester lacquer. The legs are made out of profile-aluminium, also polyester lacquered- or colours anodized. The Stool One is also available in a red and black colour, as well as with 84 centimetres of height (seat height: 77 Centimetres).
  • Magis Design Magis - Bombo Stool
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    Magis Design Magis - Bombo Stool
    Even if the Italian company Magis started producing the Bombo Stool by Stefano Giovannoni in 1997, does it belong already to one of the design classics. The formula for success is the symbiosis of esthetic and functionality: The Bombo Stool is rotatable and pneumatic height adjustable. The shape of the Bombo Stool is embossed by the soft floating lines of the seating shell which give it a nice look and make it so comfortable. Bombo Stool is also available in different colours. Moreover editions with fixed heights - of 64,5 and 73,5 cm, as well as an edition for wall mounting are avilable.
  • Magis Design Magis - Pila Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Pila Chair
    The brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec designed Pila for Magis in 2012. The filigree and weightless form of the chair is a wonderful contrast to the natural wooden material it is made of (first production 2013). Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec especially thought of minimalistic elegance when they designed their Pila chair: A design as elegant as possible with as little material as possible. That’s the reason why the Magis Pila chair isn’t only very weightless, but also the design gives the impression of being floating. The ash plywood made seat is carried by four filigree feet out of massive oak wood. The backrest, also consisting of plywood, ends up in the chair’s feet. A filigree aluminium construction, which is hidden under the seat, ensures stability. Pila is available in different editions in natural or stained ash wood.
  • Magis Design Magis - Lyra Bar Stool
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    Magis Design Magis - Lyra Bar Stool
    Magis produces the successful Bar Stool Lyra since 1994 after the design of the Design Group Italia. The filigrane and organically appealing look of the bar stool is reinforced by the excellent workout of high quality materials. The frame consists of vhromed steel tube, the seat of beech plywood (natural).
  • Magis Design Magis - Nimrod Armchair
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    Magis Design Magis - Nimrod Armchair
    Magis produces the Nimrod arm chair by Marc Newson since 2003. The native Australian created a very successful armchair which is one of the most famous products of the Italian company. Nimrod does not only astonish with its precise appearance and the appealing curves, furthermore, it is very comfortable. The frame consists of injection mould polyethylene. The cushions are made of expanded polyurethane which is covered with a removable wool fabric. The seat is available in white, the cover in purple, yellow, green and orange.
  • Magis Design Magis - Table One Dining Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Table One Dining Table
    The designer Konstantin Grcic designed Table One as fulfill to his awarded Chair One Chairs for Magis. The dining table is the perfect interplay between material, shaping and industrial manufacturing. As well as the chairs of the One collection from Magis, Table One convinces with its elegant, by geometric forms led design. The clear under frame consists of anodized profile aluminium, a table board out of HPL-laminate. The connection joints are manufactured out of aluminium die casting by Magis. Table One is available in three sizes and can be used as desk, bistro table or kitchen table as well as celebration table for several people depending on the edition.
  • Magis Design Magis - Bombo Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Bombo Table
    Since 1998, just a year after the successful introduction of Bombo bar stool, the Italian design company launched the matching Bombo table. Like the stool, the Bombo table was also created by designer Stefano Giovannoni. The typical rolling look and also the possibility to adjust the height with a gas piston through the lever below the top determine the uniqueness of the Bombo series. The Bombo Table is also available in further colours such as green or orange and in different heights.
  • Magis Design Chair First
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    Magis Design Chair First
    Stefano Giovannoni got famous by combining playful, humorous designs with innovative functionality. The First Chair, which Giovannoni designed for Magis in 2007, proves that the designer is still a master of his trade. Chair First is stackable, it is suitable for in- and outdoors and its form appears floating and soft. Chair First is being produced of a piece with a gas injection technique from polypropylene. The chair has been awarded the Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deustchland (design award of the Federal Republic Germany), not least for the successful manufacture, which is appropriate for the material. The jury formulated the reason for the decision as follows: “The clear but soft lines, from which the different volumes of the round chair legs and the ergonomically formed, slender seat and back develop, are especially successful. Proportions, radii and the inclination of the legs create a harmonic but powerful impression.“ Besides the mentioned award in silver Chair First has also been awarded the interior innovation award 2008 and it got nominated for the prestigious Compasso d’Oro. Chair First is also available in further colours and as an exclusive leather variant (for indoors)!
  • Magis Design Magis - 360° Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - 360° Chair
    The 360° chair was designed by Konstantin Grcic fort he Italian company Magis. The chair supports dynamic working methods and movement. Already the name says it all, the chair is turnable 360° and therefore usable from all sides. Konstantin Grcic challenges the static working methods and office furnishings with his 360° chair. The chair wasn’t designed for an immobile sitting. 360° Is the ideal chair for a continuously changing sitting position and works that require this continuous change and movement. The 360° chair is created for optimal dynamics and it supports a lively working, temporary sitting and movement. The chair can be turned by 360° without any level-change, and it can be adapted to different heights. It can be climbed as well as left, from every side. The long form of the seat does not really invite for a long sitting, but for a fast change of position and posture. The frame of the 360° chair consists of epoxy-lacquered steel, the footrest of aluminium die-casting. The seat is manufactured of self-supporting polyurethane-integral-foam. The dynamic qualities of the 360° chair saved it a place in the constant collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, together with other products of the name-equal series.
  • Magis Design Magis - Paso Doble Low Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Paso Doble Low Chair
    Paso Doble is the name of a series of chairs that was designed by Stefano Giovannoni for Magis. The Low Chair is low and has a flat backrest for a relaxed sitting. The swung shape has an inviting effect and offers relaxed and elegant aura to the Low Chair. To store it space saving, up to six specimen of the Paso Doble Low Chair can be stacked over each other. Despite of its filigree appearance, the Low Chair is extremely robust. The frame of the chair consists of aluminium profile, the bars of aluminium-die casting. Seat and backrests are available with different materials. Available inside of the Stefano Giovannoni Paso Doble collection there are chairs, low chairs and chaise longues with or without armrests. Furthermore Magis offers a suitable footstool.
  • Magis Design Magis - 360° Table - rectangular
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    Magis Design Magis - 360° Table - rectangular
    Flexible work needs flexible office material! After this leading statement, Konstantin Grcic designed the 360° furniture series for Magis. The rectangular table of the series offers the most possible flexibility and is pneumatically height-adjustable. The designer Konstantin Grcic challenges static and outdated working methods with the 360° table. The table is height-adjustable so that it can be used in a seating position on a stool or standing. That is how the 360° table invites to change the working position more often and encourages dynamic and modern working methods. Apparently as well as functional, the 360° table is the perfect fulfill to the 360° chair, which us also dynamic and height-adjustable. Visually the products of the 360° series are serious and modern at the same time. The foot of the table is a closed sphere with marks that refer to the name of the articles. The Italian company Magis offers the 360° table in a round and rectangular edition. The foot consists of aluminium die casting, the frame of profile aluminium and the rests of profile steel. The table board is manufactured out of lacquered MDF by Magis. They possess strength of 22 millimeters.
  • Magis Design Magis - Chair One with concrete base
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    Magis Design Magis - Chair One with concrete base
    ”Between objects and people something has to happen” , said Konstantin Grcic once in an interview. It seems he had this demand as leading phrase for Chair One while he designed it in the year 2003 for Magis, because the skeleton-like and sculptural appealing chair didn’t only cause furore in the specialists world. Chair One isn’t simply an avant-garde seating furniture. The chair is interplay of material, shaping and industrial manufacturing. It can be used inside or outside since it is rust-resistant and fire-retardant. Thanks to the heavy concrete base, the chair furthermore stands safe at any weather. Grcic used aluminium die casting for the complete seat of Chair One for the first time, which has additionally been treated with fluorinated titan and polyester lacquer on the surface. The complete base consists of colourless impregnated concrete.
  • Magis Design Magis - Spun Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Spun Chair
    Swing, seesaw or simply relax – not a problem with Spun by Magis. The chair combines seat, backrests and frame in one unique spinning top design. Thomas Heatherwick designed the rotating circle-chair Spun for Magis. The base of Spun is a small circle that becomes a seat at its top. Another ring between the spinning top and the seat avoids the tilting of the chair. Once seated in it, Spun becomes a swinging adventure: It turns, seesaws if desired from one side to another or remains a quite chair to relax in. Fine lines at the outside emphasize the dynamic appearance. Magis manufactures Spun out of polyethylene. Because of the robust plastic, the pegtop is adapted for inside and outside. A rubber coating under the chair furthermore protects the ground. The chair is produced in different colours by Magis.
  • Magis Design Magis - Table First
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    Magis Design Magis - Table First
    Stefano Giovannoni is famous for his playful, humorous designs with innovative functionality. The Table First for Magis is a classic dining table with a flowing and loosely shape. It fulfills the awarded Chair First chairs. The table board of the Table First is carried by four table feet that look out swung from under the board. The table top consists of MDF of HPL-laminate depending on the table variant. The table feet are made out of polypropylene by Magis, this was reinforced with glass fiber to strengthen the carrying force. The HPL-edition of the TableFirst table is suitable for indoor and outdoor areas while the MDF board table is only suitable for indoor use.
  • Magis Design Magis - Deja-vu Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Deja-vu Table
    With its simple, uncomplicated and conclusive design, Déjà-vu Table by the Japanese exceptions designer Naoto Fukasawa is a modern piece of furniture near perfection. As the name reveals, the design of the table is oriented by a classic shaping and includes it in modern times. The solid and clear forms of the Déjà-vu Table make it multifunctional usable, whilst the appearance is independent enough to set apart from the mass. The slightly inclined standing legs out of glossy polished profile aluminium form the frame, located on top of it is a table board out of veneered oak wood MDF or dark stained. With its rounded edges, the board fulfills the harmonic whole impression of the Déjà-vu table. The Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa designed Déjà-vu as furniture collection. The name includes different tables, chairs and bar stools in numerous editions produced by the Italian manufacturer Magis.
  • Magis Design Magis - Tosca Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Tosca Chair
    The Tosca Chair by Magis was designed by Richard Sapper. The chair comes with armrests, can be stacked with other Tosca Chairs and can also be used in the outside. The Chair is also available in the colours red, black, and white. Beyond that as transparent model in a clear, smoke-colour version.
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