Designed by Jasper Morrison in 1999, Air-Chair was the first single-piece chair in the world conceived for air-moulding and today -with the same pioneering spirit of that time- we are reinterpreting the Air-Chair and Air-Armchair in light of the challenges that design must address in the current times.

We are presenting our first two chairs made of post-consumer plastic, made of a waste material not yet employed in furniture production: the plastic and aluminium layers of polylaminate packagings.

Highlighting the design’s sustainable mission, the two models come in a single finish resulting from the mix of materials, without the addition of dyes during production.

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From the 18th to the 23rd of April, Magis is happy to welcome you at Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone in the heart of Milan, to enjoy a week where design is the undisputed protagonist.

This year, the protagonists of the Magis stand will be products: in the frame of a neutral open space – but rich in details –, the absolute news will be side by side with collections that grow larger and iconic pieces presented in new versions and finishes, creating constantly evolving home interior solutions.

The installation of our showroom in Corso Garibaldi 77 will be a colour explosion serving as a stage for Trave, the new project by BrogliatoTraverso and for a number of products that are already part of the Magis collection, but presented in brand new finishes. Don’t miss the iconic Puppy in two new versions!

Stay updated on all the new Magis products which will be in the spotlight during this Design Week! From Monday 17th April, you will be able to download the Press Release containing all the high-resolution images and texts from this link

Listen our audioguide available for the new products.


The latest entry in the Officina collection, this wall-mounted bookcase, characterised by clean lines and extreme functionality, offers an elegant solution to store your books and showcase objects.

The rough, artisanal structure in wrought ironfil rouge of the collection – holds shelves in the finishes walnut or black, giving a modern interpretation to an ancient craft.

The shelves are either one or two meters long, with the smaller available also with a writing desk top.

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Named after the two mysterious bronze sculptures found in southern Italy, dating back to the 5th century BC, the Riace sofa is – in its way – just as fascinating and unexpected.

Not only does it seduce thanks to the elegance of its white-bronze armrests and curved structure, but it also surprises with its majestic dimensions.

Riace, indeed, is almost 3.5 meters wide, and available in dark green, black, or grey.

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