Magis South Armchair
  • Magis South Armchair

Magis South Armchair

Availability if not in stock 4 to 5 weeks.
Color: *
  • Night Blue
  • Bordeaux
  • Light Blue
  • Orange
Woven Matting: *
  • Red Orange
  • Blue/Light Blue
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SOUTH COLLECTION NOW AVAILABLE The South collection – designed by Konstantin Grcic – is ready to order! All references are available in stock. With a name that instantly evokes the warm climate and wild nature characterising the Mediterranean area, the South collection gets us fantasising about breakfasts on the patio, dinners with friends in the shade of the olive trees, and relaxing evenings under the moonlight with only the crickets singing in the background.

This collection offers a wide range of pieces for creating the perfect space to live this midsummer night’s dream. With four types of seating and tables in different heights and materials, South allows you to compose outdoor dining and living spaces. The collection is complemented by accessories like carpets, baskets, and plaids.


Material: steel tube and steel wire, cataphoretically treated and painted in polyester powder.
Pivoting feet. Available also woven matting. Suitable for outdoor use.

  • Konstantin Grcic

    Konstantin Grcic was born in Munich, Germany in 1965. After training as a cabinet maker at Parnham College in England he studied design at the Royal College of Art in London from 1988-1990. <br /><br /> Konstantin Grcic creates industrial products widely described as pared down, simple, minimalist. <br /> What sets him apart from the minimalism in fashionalble currency today is that he defines function in human terms, combining maximum formal strictness with considerable mental acuity and humor.<br /><br /> Many of his products have received prestigious design awards. In October 2000 Konstantin Grcic is nominated "Guest of Honour" at the Interieur Biennial in Kortrijk/Belgium presenting an extensive show of his work. The MAYDAY-lamp produced by FLOS was selected into the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and won the Compasso D'Oro in 2001.
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