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Magis furniture covers a diverse range of styles

With most manufacturers of designer furniture, you just have to quickly glance at their product portfolio to get a good idea of their specific style but that is not the case with Italian label Magis. Magis furniture is known for encompassing a wide range of different styles, from minimalist to opulent and from matter-of-fact to poetic but always functional. The label was founded in 1976 in Motta di Livenza (Treviso) in Italy’s industrial north east by the entrepreneur Eugenio Perazza, who sees his role as that of a publisher. The internationally renowned designers who work for the company are given plenty of scope and creative freedom, which is why Magis furniture comes in such a wide range of styles. Magis has successfully collaborated with numerous well-known designers such as Jasper MorrisonRon Arad and Zaha Hadid.

 

Magis furniture with a minimalist aesthetic

In view of the fact that there is such a large selection of Magis furniture to choose from, there is guaranteed to be something for everyone. Fans of the minimalist look will be drawn to many of the Italian label’s collections:

 
  1. The Traffic collection features geometrically inspired furniture made from tubular frames that are very comfortable thanks to their padded cushions. The armchairs, bench and coffee tables in the collection by Konstantin Grcic are reduced down to their basic, essential features and lines.
  2. As its name suggests, the Steelwood collection by the brothers Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec combines steel and wood to create items of furniture, such as shelves, tables and coat stands, that feature straight, clean lines. The connection joints are intentionally visible, thus unapologetically revealing how the furniture works.

Here, as with of other Magis furniture collections, simple, straightforward shapes are paired with series production processes and conform to our ideals of modern design. Chair One by Konstantin Grcic, a classic piece of Magis furniture, also follows this principle. The seat section and the backrest are made from an open-work metal structure, which forms a complex geometric pattern. It is a stunning example of minimalist design with a touch of playfulness thrown in for good measure.

 

Playful Magis furniture

Magis is also well known for its playful yet opulent pieces that pull back from the brink of pure minimalism with a touch of humour and irony:

 
  1. The Pizza end table by Naoto Fukasawa is an immediately striking piece thanks to its intertwining frame made from painted steel wire. The shape of the table top, on the other hand, with its raised and rounded edge was inspired by the look of a classic pizza crust.
  2. The Flare table by Marcel Wanders consists of a simple table top and conical legs made from transparent plastic, which you can customise with graphic patterns created by the designer or your own designs.

However, the true classic piece of Magis furniture is the Proust armchair by Alessandro Mendini, which as a magnificent imitation of a Baroque throne is about as opulent as a chair could ever get. Made entirely from polyethylene, this wildly imaginative armchair epitomises modern furniture design and symbolises just how diverse Magis furniture is.