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Tavolo XZ3 Round
360° Container
Baguette Outdoor
Folding Air-Chair
Bombo Stool
Tuffy - The Wild Bunch
Tavolo XZ3 Rectangular
Seggiolina Pop
Tempo Clock
Tom & Jerry - The Wild Bunch
Air-Table Outdoor
Bombo Table
Cuckoo - The Wild Bunch
Paso Doble Chair
Steelwood Chair
360° Chair
Paradise Tree
Butch - The Wild Bunch
Little Flare
Vigna Chair
Substance Chair
Happy Bird
Central Outdoor
Substance Armchair
First Outdoor


Magis Chair_One by Konstantin Grcic

Behind the name Magis is a company which has devoted itself entirely to the development of innovative designs - from the clever everyday accessories to the wide ranging seating families. In addition to having their own design department Magis regularly work with external designers, such as, and amongst others, Stefano Giovannoni, Jasper Morrison Konstantin Grcic or Pierre Paulin, Magis usually develops a piece of furniture over several years until it reaches the required standard and maturity. Particular highlights from the Magis portfolio include the Bombo bar stool, the Air Chair and the Chair_One. In context of the "Mee too" collection the company devotes all its design understanding to children from 2 to 6 years. The result is colourful, intelligent furniture and toys, which sometimes seem to be sculptural, but thanks to their imaginative implementation, always make children's hearts beat that little bit faster.

smow sells exclusively originals from licensed manufacturers and is an official trading partner of Magis.

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smow Blog Interview: Klaus Hackl - Designing isn't an artistic, pseudo-genial, process but rather is based on a practical understanding and observation of daily life

...Klaus Hackl's first solo commercial product, the Gibus laundry basket for Magis, was quickly followed by projects for and with manufacturers as varied as, and amongst many others, Nils Holger Moormann, Werkraum Bregenzerwald and Lifebridge Medizintechnik, with whom he developed the Lifebridge B2T mobile cardiopulmonary bypass system...

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...But it wasn't all about backrests, a few thoughts on new products for Magis, Plank, Flos and Mattiazzi... Brut Collection for Magis Apparently Magis presented the first objects from the Brut collection at Milan 2016...

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...” Wandering through the three decades of Jasper Morrison's work one understands that in addition to directly misappropriating trivial industrial objects Morrison has also a fine skill for reconsidering standards: the Basel Chair for Vitra is Morrison's take on untold generic wooden coffee house chairs; Fionda for Mattiazzi Morrison's indoor version of a Japanese camping chair; the Trattoria Chair for Magis his, well, traditional Trattoria Chair...

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We came, we saw, we sat on the floor... But it needn't have been so..... Once again the Europeans show the Americans how it should be done. One of the largest stands in New York was that from the Saloni Milano -a mix of the finest Italian designers: And...

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