Article from the 2011-04-26
The Italian Company Magis presented its new products for 2011 on the Milan Furniture Fair. Amongst them are works that emerged in cooperation with namely designers such as Marcel Wanders and Konstantin Grcic but also with newcomers like Jerszy Seymour and Jaime Hayón.
Out of the cooperation with Marcel Wanders not only the Sparkling Chair emerged, but also the Troy furniture collection. The Japanese Naoto Fukasawa created the Cu-Clock, the Déjà Vu Mirror, the Pizza Table and the Tempo Wall Clock for Magis.
Furthermore a stool out of the Konstantin Grcic feather emerged by Magis: Tom&Jerry, as well as the Venice Chair. More chairs were coined by Jerszy Seymour (Flux) and Jaime Hayón (Piña). The brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec are responsible for the Baguette Chair and the Central Table, Stefano Giovannoni designed the Murano Vanity Chair and Pierre Paulin the Flower outdoor chair. Philippe Starck cooperated with Quillet for the Zartan Chair, Tom Dixon created the Mesh Chair and Ron Arad the Raviolo Armchair. Martino Gamper has developed a whole product family named Vigna.
Also the Me Too collection from Magis is going to be expanded by numerous novelties in 2011: Eero Aarnio’s Pingy meets the My Storage Shelf from Ineke Hans. Olivia Toikka adds the Moments of Ingenuity graphics, Martí Guixé the animal collection My Zoo. Mask Newson designed the stacking bed Bunky. For more information and images to all novelties, Magis supplies a PDF-List.