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Magis-Al-Bombo.jpg Magis Al Bombo Swivel stool in glossy aluminium Magis Al Bombo Swivel stool in glossy aluminium Magis Al Bombo Swivel stool in glossy aluminium

Magis Al Bombo Swivel stool in glossy aluminium

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AL BOMBO is the design seat invented and designed by the creativity of the artist Stefano Giovannoni, exclusively for Magis. The stool AL BOMBO is swivel and its height is adjustable thanks to a pneumatic pumD. The base, the tubular structure, the footrest and the handle are made of stainless steel, while the seating is made of polished aluminium die casting. AL BOMBO is a unique piece, which will make every space original and beautiful. It is available only in one version: polished aluminium.
SKU magis-al-bombo-sd240-all_luc
Brand Magis
Designer Stefano Giovannoni
Product Color Polished aluminium
Mounting Assembled
Material Steel
Features Magis Al Bombo Swivel stool in glossy aluminium - Stefano Giovannoni - Swivelling - Adjustable height from 50 to 74cm with a gas piston - Indoor use - Base, frame, footrest and handle in stainless steel - Seat in polished die-cast aluminium
Seat Height cm. 50 - 74
Depth CM 47
Dimension 37 cm
Height cm. 85
Depth cm. 47
Width cm. 37
Product weight Kg. 8.5
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Magis, leading company in the field of design, was founded in 1976 by Eugenio Perazza and today is a big laboratory of projecting, of experimentation of semantic contents, with a lot of employees, which collects the competences of international designers, such as Jasper Morrison, Mari, Giovannoni, Arad, Fukasawa, Newson, Irvine, Young, Grcic, Van Onck, the Bouroullec brothers and Richard Sapper. The company provides a varied catalogue of its products, which are always divided according to their “technological families”, committed to different designers. The reinterpretation of daily objects, even of those which are considered less noble, is developed through the avant-guard application of plastic materials: Step (1984), is the folding chair designed by Andries & Hiroko van Onck, which has opened to design an unexplored world; Bombo (1996), the stool designed by Stefano Giovannoni, which clearly presents a type of product which had been ignored for a lot of time. Company without factory, Magis has chosen to decentralize the production to third companies in order to have an easier technological development of its products: from the “Air-Chair” (2000), designed by Jasper Morrison, where the absolute simplicity of the design is supported by the sophisticated injection molding, to the “Chair-One”, the skeleton-structure-chair made of die cast aluminum, born from the talent of Konstantin Grcic. The classical collections have been completed by the series Fuoritema, a creative bridge between different worlds, such as the pets’ world, which has been interpreted by Michael Young with the Magis Dog House (2001). Magis has a 30-years experience and until not much time ago it was one of the few companies which produced plastic objects. Today technologies and sophisticated techniques are used and Magis has become the first company in the world which uses the technique of air molding for the production of aesthetic goods. The company cooperates with designers with great international fame, but is also open to cooperation with young and unknown designers: Jean-Marie Massaud and Jerszy Seymour, for example, debuted on the international design scene thanks to the opportunities they got with Magis.

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Stefano Giovannoni was born in 1954 at La Spezia. He got his graduation in Architecture in 1978 in Florence where he takes up the teaching at Architecture faculty till 1991. He was also teacher of master at Domus Academy in Milano, at the Project University of Reggio Emilia and professor of Industrial Design at Architecture University of Genoa. In 1980 he won the first award at the “Shinkenchiku Residential Design Competition” with Kisho Kurokawa as judge and the competition for a Place at Santa Croce sull’Arno. His works are part of permanent files of Georges Pompidou centre in Paris and Moma New York. Many of his projects got the “Design Plus” at “Ambiente” Frankfurt Fair in 1994, 1996 and 1998, the “Hannover Forum Design” award in 1999 and they got selected at Compasso D’Oro ADI Milan in 1996 and 1998. Stefano Giovannoni designed products of big success among which “Girotondo” and “Mami” for Alessi, as well as “Bombo” for Magis. Among the major companies he was cooperating with we can mention Alessi, Cedderoth, Deborah, Fiat, Flos, Hannstar, Helit, Henkel, Kokuyo, Inda, Laufen, Lavazza, Magis, Oras, Oregon Scientific, Seiko, Siemens, 3M...

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