Magis Troy Chair 4 Legs Wood
  • Magis Troy Chair 4 Legs Wood
  • Magis Troy Chair 4 Legs Wood
  • Magis Troy Chair 4 Legs Wood

Magis Troy Chair 4 Legs Wood Polypropylene Seat

Availability if not in stock 4 to 5 weeks.
Shell: *
  • White 1735 C
  • Black 1763 C
  • Coral red 1490 C
  • Dark green 1557 C
  • Beige 1733 C
  • Pink 1629 C
  • Brown 1479 C
Legs: *
  • Beech Natural
  • Beech Black
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Troy is a concept of remarkable simplicity and comfort that gives shape to practically endless possible variations, playing on the use of different materials, combinations and seat types.‎

This vast and various assortment with over thousand possible combinations of materials (from plywood to polypropylene, to upholstered, etc.‎ ), structures (in steel tube or steel rod, with legs, on wheels, on star base, etc.‎ , also available with arms), and colours (from pastels to the brightest shades) offers solutions for every possible need for both the home and the contract sector.‎

Can only be ordered bu multiple of two chairs


Joint element material Die-Cast Aluminium
Legs material Solid Beech
Seat and frame finish Black Frame, Black
Seat Seat material Plywood

Size Description

Width 48 cm
Depth 44 cm
Seat height 46.5 cm
Height 80 cm

  • Marcel Wanders

    Marcel Wanders grew up in Boxtel, the Netherlands, and graduated cum laude from the School of the Arts Arnhem in 1988. Currently, he is an independent industrial product designer operating from Amsterdam where he runs his own studio designing products and interiors for the best international labels, including Moooi (of which he is art director), Cappellini, Bisazza, Mandarina Duck, B&B Italia, Vitra, Kartell, Moroso, Cassina, Droog Design, Flos and Boffi. He also works on architectural projects as well as interior design. Wanders collaborates in other design-related projects such as the Vitra Summer Workshop where he has served as a project leader and he is among the first and most important designers of Droog design. Wanders has been a juror for various prizes such as the Rotterdam Design Prize (for which his own products were nominated several times) and the Kho Liang Ie prize. He lectured at SFMoMA, Limn, the Design Academy, Nike, IDFA, FutureDesignDays and has taught at various design academies in the Netherlands and abroad.
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