Me Too is Magis' collection of accessories and furniture created by major designers especially for the world of children, and Puppy is one of the most iconic products in the collection. Created by Eero Aarnio, master of Scandinavian design culture and innovator on the international scene ever since the sixties, Puppy is a little dog as imagined by the great designer, whose aim was to see through children's eyes when they draw puppies.
The starting point of this project was a specific manufacturing method: cast iron. It is one of the oldest ways of using ferrous metals.
Linnut (the Finnish word for birds) is a collection of birds developed in collaboration by Magis, Iittala and Oiva Toikka, starting from the collection Birds, the blown glass birds designed by Oiva
When Magis started to work on this collection with Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, the idea was to work with an ancient fabrication process and give it a new visual language.
From 1978 onwards, the “Proust armchair” by Alessandro Mendinwas produced in many versions, using different colours, materials and dimensions, and was even made of ceramics and bronze.
Modular through and through: The new Costume sofa system from Stefan Diez is pragmatic, transformable and protects resources – it’s the easy-going companion we wish for today.
Sometimes normality can be the fruit of a lengthy process of study and refining.
Affordable, versatile and responsible: with Bell Chair, Konstantin Grcic and Magis have developed a contemporary monobloc chair made entirely from recycled polypropylene.
Developed by Magis in 1990, and redesigned in 2003, XZ3 is an easy and essential, but equally versatile table.
Steelwood Chair is the meeting point between two traditional materials, steel plate and solid beech wood, combined in an assemblage of remarkable technical and formal excellence.
Sam Son is an easy armchair with a hint of a car toon character. Supported on four stilt legs, the armchair features a softly suspended seat shell between a giant,
Air-Chair is not just a plastic chair: it takes its name from the “air-moulding” technology that makes it possible to create highly resistant yet super-lightweight products out of polypropylene add
Bombo - presented for the first time in 1996 - is an object which has since become part of the collective imagination as the contemporary stool par excellence.