Magis Tables

Magis was founded in a bustling north eastern corner of Italy by Eugenio Perazza in 1976. Since then Magis has become a global design giant constantly producing designs with highly skilled technology such as the air moulding technique.

Magis don’t use factories, preferring to outsource the manufacturing and rely on local skilled contractors. If you are looking for functional, useful but beautiful furniture for your home or office, Magis will be sure to suit you.

The Magis Piggyback table is an example of some of the ingenious creative thinking and originality that goes into the design of a Magis dining table.

British architect Thomas Heatherwick developed his design to find the perfect solution to the modern dining table, which had previously been a challenge. Designing extending tables often requires a compromise, as the designer is not making a 6 seater or 10 seater table, but rather a table that does both, so it needs to look good in both situations.

The Magis Piggyback table does this beautifully with two equally sized tables in one. When placed on top of one another, they look like a single table, but placed against one another the edges are designed to fit together perfectly. The dining tables can be arranged in configurations that are not possible with other extending tables such as side by side, in an L shape or end to end.

The striking Magis XZ3 Table is another robust and practical dining table which also looks stylish. Designed in the 1980s, developed in 1990 and redesigned in 2003, the Maxis XZ3 table remains timeless. The eye-catching base is reminiscent of the lattice lines of a pylon. The rods of the base meet to create the letters X and Z giving this dining table its modern name.

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