Magis FIRST Chair 2pcs

£260.00 £369.00

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    The First Chair, which Giovannoni designed for Magis in 2007, proves that the designer is still a master of his trade. Chair First is stackable, it is suitable for in- and outdoors and its form appears floating and soft.

    Chair First is being produced of a piece with a gas injection technique from polypropylene. The chair has been awarded the Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deustchland (design award of the Federal Republic Germany), not least for the successful manufacture, which is appropriate for the material.

    "Stacking chair max 10pcs in polypropylene with glass fibre added.

    Suitable for outdoor use.

    Size: H 77.5 cm, W 50 cm, Dept 52 cm, Seat H 46 cm.


    About the brand


    Magis is an Italian design company known for its innovative and contemporary furniture and home accessories. The company was founded in 1976 by Eugenio Perazza and is based in Motta di Livenza, Italy. Magis collaborates with renowned designers and architects from around the world to create unique and functional products that push the boundaries of design.

    Children's collection includes chairs, tables, shelving units, and accessories that combine functionality, safety, and playful design elements.

    The company has received numerous awards for its designs and has established itself as a leading brand in the contemporary furniture industry.

    Magis has a strong tradition of collaborating with established and emerging designers. They work with designers such as Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic, Philippe Starck, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, and many others.

    Magis is known for its expertise in using plastic materials to create contemporary furniture pieces , pioneered the use of materials like polypropylene, polycarbonate, and polyethylene to produce chairs, tables, stools, and other furniture items with distinctive shapes and vibrant colours.