magis at milan furniture fair 2010
 
magis at milan furniture fair 2010
mar 20, 2010

magis at milan furniture fair 2010

magis will present the new 2010 collection at the next milan furniture fair

‘sparkling chair’  by marcel wanders blow moulding process for PET, the form of the legs remind us of soda bottles

magis at milan furniture fair 2010 ‘spun chair’ by thomas heatherwick polyethylene rotomoulding process

magis at milan furniture fair 2010 pivoting ‘spun chair’ by thomas heatherwick, for indoor- and outdoor use

magis at milan furniture fair 2010 ‘troy chair’  by marcel wandersmagis at milan furniture fair 2010 ‘troy chair’  by marcel wanders

magis at milan furniture fair 2010 ‘mesh chair and table’ by tom dixon seat in metallic mesh, frame in aluminium and legs in aluminium or woodmagis at milan furniture fair 2010 ‘mesh chair’ by tom dixon

magis at milan furniture fair 2010 déjà-vu mirrors collection (wall and floor mirrors) by naoto fukasawa

magis at milan furniture fair 2010 déjà-vu mirrors collection (wall and floor mirrors) by naoto fukasawa

magis at milan furniture fair 2010 cu clock and wall clock by naoto fukasawa

  • more chairs, more plastic – must we still live in an age of shallow aesthetic ignorance. MAGIS = BLAH, BLAH BLAH

    2 Points:
    1. There’s more chairs in the world than people.
    2. Petroleum based products are the cancerous legacy that we leave behind to our children.

    kg
  • last one reminded me of this exhbition I saw abouw performance in design

    http://www.ilovebelgium.be/blog/design-by-performance/

    et voila
  • oh boy, I’m so NOT convinced!

    modular
  • fan might be a bit over-zealous but I guess I kind of agree with most of his comments. the best of this stuff at least looks different and not boring.

    Steve Aranda
  • masses of plastic!
    yeeehaaaw!

    ladybird
  • hey man, dont hold the fans back, maybe theyre just a little excited..Isnt that what designs all about?!

    dave
  • pseudo religiuous cult??? …..HALLELUJA???? friend, take a sleep, have a coffe, take a breath anddd think twice..

    maninyourmind
  • “fun”?!! …in a recession?!! Alessi take note, Magis are showing the way..maybe there are no new ‘chair one’s’ here but at least something to make you smile..:-)

    also a fan
  • ma ce la fai? ti rispondi in italiano. Osservazione! tutti critici a questo mondo

    mario
  • gosh, some of this work is dreadful. Naoto fukasawa, your lazy, pointless habit of treating design as a pseudo-religious cult is so dated. But I have to say I think some of it is absolutely brilliant. Normally I really hate Thomas Heatherwicks over-earnest bodge jobs (yes, seed pavilion Im thinking of you) but I really LOVE this chair. Cant wait to see it! And I really never thought Id say that… Even tom dixons effort isnt bad – a bit bland, but crikey!
    Marcel wanders, pretty close to the design antichrist in my book – cant believe I actually like his green chair – quite a lot…whats going on here?!!
    And the best thing of all…nobody mentions anything about the ‘environment’.. HALLELUJA!! For goodness sake, everyone know that making anything new, especially plastic chairs is never going to be eco friendly.
    Magis, like your style.
    I am defo buying some of your goods…

    a fan

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