Magis Me Too Children's Table Linus
  • Magis Me Too Children's Table Linus
  • Magis Me Too Children's Table Linus

Magis Me Too Children's Table Linus

€156.00
Availability if not in stock 1 to 2 weeks.
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€114.30
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The Linus Table for children is sized just right for the little ones. This polypropylene table features four corner legs and a polymeric coated MDF table top. Snack time, playtime, anytime kids love having their own space with the Linus Table. Available in 3 sizes.

Inspired by his granddaughter's propensity for drawing and a lack of appropriate children's desks, Eugenio Perazza conceived the Me Too Collection. Instead of scaling down adult sized furniture to smaller proportions, he went in search of a design team in and outside of Magis that could think from the perspective of a kid. The resulting Me Too Collection speaks to a child's voice demanding something of their own.

Designed for children between two and six years old, the Me Too collection offers objects that correspond to their own world, not only in dimensions but in values as well.

All Tables Height ; 52cm, designed to be used with the Alma Chair.

The Linus table is supplied flat packed & is easy to assemble (could be diss-assemled to store away too if necessary)

Please contact us for the price and shipping cost of the biggest size ( 75 x 120cm)

Specifications

MDF, fiber glass reinforced polypropylene

Size Description

Height 50 cm, width 75 cm, length 55, 75 or 120 cm

  • Javier Mariscal

    Javier Mariscal studied philosophy at university in Valencia from 1967 until 1970 before immatriculating at the Escuela de Grafismo Elisava in Barcelona, where he studied graphic design. In 1973 Javier Mariscal and friends of his drew the first underground comic in Spain, "El Rrollo Enmascarado". Javier Mariscal has worked mainly as a graphic designer but has also been active as a painter. Until 1975 Javier Mariscal lived on Ibiza, where he drew other comics and produced his first designs for seat furniture. From 1976 Javier Mariscal again lived in Barcelona, where he freelanced as a graphic artist and designer. In 1979 Javier Mariscal came up with the lettering BAR-CEL-ONA, which you look through like a window onto scenes behind the silhouetted letters.
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