news 2017

Now available!

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The Cyborg family welcome the new Cyborg Daisy chair. Designed once again by Marcel Wanders, and again with a polycarbonate seat and legs, this version features a painted aluminium backrest, for a distinctive combination of industrial and artisanal elements.

Suitable for a diverse range of settings, from domestic to contract, Cyborg Daisy can also be used out of doors.

New catalogues

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Printed material

We are pleased to present two new catalogues: the supplement to the Magis Home catalogue, with the latest new products in our collections, such as Milà, Officina, Substance, Stanley; and the Outdoor catalogue, dedicated entirely to our proposals for life in the open air.

Both are jam-packed with photos that show the different possible uses for the various models in a range of situations. The catalogues are also available in a digital version, on the downloads page of the Magis website.

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Magis at Design Shanghai

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Events

From 8 to 11 March, Magis took part in Design Shanghai, Asia’s biggest international fair for the sector. In addition to exhibiting its products at the Shangai Exhibition Centre, the company was at the forefront of two events: a cocktail party for interior designers, architects and journalists at Paper,

a co-working space that includes some Magis furniture, and an event organized at the Design Republic showroom, with a round table that included Alberto Perazza.

Ambassadors of Italian Design around the world

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Events

On 2 March, to mark International Italian Design Day, Magis and its products took part in an event promoted by ADI, Milan Triennale and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at the residence of the Italian Ambassador in Mexico City.

Meanwhile, at Palazzo della Farnesina in Rome, a year-long exhibition was opened, focusing on Italian Design, with a selection of products that have won the Compasso d’Oro award: among them the rotating chair Spun, designed by Thomas Heatherwick, a worldwide success from Magis.

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Stanley (design Philippe Starck) is now in stock and available.

In this design, one of the most iconic chairs in the world has been reinvented, the director’s chair, which was first created in the late nineteenth century, and is universally associated with Hollywood movies.

“A chair with high-tech elegance, which rediscovers the timelessness of the director’s chair,” is how Philippe Starck defines it.

Indeed, with its distinctive single scissor-cross support in fibreglass-reinforced polypropylene and its seat and back in an extremely technical, high-performance fabric, Stanley is the first folding chair to have passed the most rigorous strength and stability tests on both sides of the Atlantic, and is suitable for a practically infinite range of uses, both indoor and outdoor, domestic and contract.

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Radical Green award 2017

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Events

Green Week, scheduled to run from 28 February to 5 March, is an event dedicated to the green economy and to companies in the Triveneto area who have shown excellence in the field of sustainability innovation. The committee promoting the event has assigned the Radical Green Award 2017 to Magis “for the merits that the company has accrued over the years in terms of eco-sustainability and green thinking”.

The award ceremony will be held at 6 pm on Friday 3 March, at the Auditorium of Trento University’s Faculty of Arts and Philosophy.

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Fairs

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Events

Once again in late January and early February this year, Magis took part in two events: the Internationale Möbelmesse in Cologne (16-22.01.2017), during which it presented a series of new displays at its Design Post showroom; and the Stockholm Furniture Fair (07-11.02.2017),

where it presented some of its latest new products, including the Milà chairs, designed by Jaime Hayón, who was nominated Guest of Honour at the 2017 edition of the fair.

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Eero Aarnio exhibition

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Events

Coinciding with Stockholm Design Week, on 8 February the Nationalmuseum Design inaugurated the second stage of an exhibition (running until 23 April), promoted last year by the Design Museum of Helsinki, and dedicated to Eero Aarnio and the works he created over the course of his extraordinary and lengthy career.

Among these were the outstanding pieces developed for Magis’ Me Too collection, such as Puppy, Trioli and Happy Bird.