Magis Vigna Chair by Martino Gamper.
- The metal Vigna chair for Magis is Martino Gamper’s first design for the industry.
- Like a climbing plant the Magis wire swirl creates a structural feature which supports the chair leg. The seat is in bi-injection-moulded plastic, a technology allowing to obtain a seat pattern in many combinations of double colours.
- Besides the chair, we developed this year also the project of some tables and precisely: a round table with a steel rod plait as central column and two tables on four legs (a squared and a rectangular one) with the same structural feature of the chair, that is the wire swirl climbing on the legs.
Frame in steel rod, cataphoretically-treated and painted in polyester powder, seat made of polypropylene, bi-injection moulded. Suitable for outdoor use.
- Size Description
Width 43 cm (16.9″)
Deep 49 cm (19.3″)
Height 84 cm (33.1″)
Seating Height 46.5 cm (18.3″)
Martino Gamper studied sculpture and product-design at the University of Applied Art and the Academy of Fine Art in Vienna. In 1998 he came to London, where, after completing his studies, he started his own practice. He now develops and produces a wide range of objects, from limited editions to semi-industrial products and site-specific installations. He has exhibited at various spaces: V&A, Design Museum, Sotheby’s, Nilufar Gallery, Oxo Tower, Kulturhuset / Stockholm, National Gallery / Oslo and elsewhere. Bedeutung met him at his studio in East London.