The Three Dimensional World of Magis

The project of Note studio for Stockholm Furniture Fair

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The Three Dimensional World of Magis
01/02/2019 - Magis takes part in Stockholm Furniture Fair to amaze fair visitors with a series of novelties: various versions of stools, upholsteries, chairs and accessories. Furthermore for the second time Magis will present a unique project for the booth developed by the Swedish design studio Note to meet the needs of the Scandinavian market.

We are very happy for the successful collaboration between Magis and Note during 2018, with a nice award in Milano to crown the collaboration. And we are more than happy that we get to continue this great work we do together in 2019. Our aim would be to explore the three dimensional world of Magis, looking for a spatial experience that is as strong and intriguing as the Magis products itself. With the highest level of design, excellence in perfomance, with unique and explorative expression. What we have done for Stockholm is a further development of the 3D Magis world, with updates in colour pallette and materials, but based on the same principles like last year. And then we plan to take a bigger step in terms of exploration of space for the Milano stand later this spring. In Stockholm we are still working with basic archetype objects, in a playful way, developing the concept of pillars further, creating space within the space. We hope the visitors will feel a connection to what was presented last year, but with a fresh feel and style”. — NOTE
Bureaurama

Bureaurama

The new Bureaurama collection created by Jerszy Seymour adapts with versatility to any environment. A range of stools, high, medium and low, and tables in aluminium and a version in black and white with spray-painted surface or in different fluo colours. Their main features are lightness and the graphic and clean lines, which allow countless solutions to be configured, suitable for work or socialising. The actual name “Bureaurama” suggests Magis’s conceptual vision of the office as a dynamic and constantly evolving place of work. Since Bureaurama is understood as a space where we can rethink our future, hold discussions and take decisions or simply twiddle our thumbs, doodle and relax.
Sequoia

Sequoia

The project name of ‘Sequoia’ bar stool was ‘Forest’, as the division of the stem into two tubes reminded us of a solid branch growing out of tree trunk. Sequoia, designed by Anderssen & Voll, has a clear recognizable, unified graphical outline - it reminds of a calligraphical character. The foot rest has the shape of a foot plate. This gives a certain freedom of movement: it’s like we’ve lifted a segment of the floor. The similarity in shape between the seat and foot-rest is an important feature as it makes more meaning of the branch like division of the stem. After looking into various material technologies before the Norwish duo landed on a construction that is inspired by how bicycle frames are put together.
Vitrail

Vitrail

A series of mirrors made of different coloured segments reflecting images that become unusual and attractive places. This is the Vitrail collection, result of a new collaboration between Magis and French designer Inga Sempé, presented last April at Salone del Mobile. A rubber frame available in two colours holds the various pieces together, to make four formats – square, rectangular, oval and round – that can be hung horizontally or vertically or, in the case of the round mirror, even diagonally.

So there are eight versions of refined, original mirrors, great for decorating any room: perfect in the hall to add depth, useful in the bathroom over the washbasin, ideal in the living room over a sideboard. And putting several Vitrail formats together on the same wall amplifies the space, creating a luminous point of interest.
 
Magis on ARCHIPRODUCTSBureaurama

Bureaurama

Sequoia

Sequoia

Sequoia

Sequoia

Sequoia

Sequoia

Sequoia

Sequoia

Vitrail

Vitrail

Vitrail

Vitrail

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