Magis-Me-Too-Nido.jpg Magis Me Too Nido Playhouse yellow and green Magis Me Too Nido Playhouse yellow and green

Magis Me Too Nido Playhouse yellow and green

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The person in charge of the Design of 1992 Olympic Games, Javier Mariscal, offers NIDO for Magis Me Too. Born from its passion for comics, NIDO is a game for children, whose shape riminds of a funny fish. Perfect as hiding place or lair for your kids, NIDO is made of Polyethylene, a very strong material, which makes NIDO perfect both for outdoor and indoor use. The floor is a soft grass made of Polyethylene, while the ceiling is decoreted with amazing graffitis. Perfect as gift idea that will surely be appreciated by your kids or nephews. NIDO is available on the website Shop Decor in the yellow and green version.
SKU me-too-nido-mt25-gial-verd-gri
Brand Magis Me Too
Designer Javier Mariscal
Product color Yellow / Green
Montaggio Assembled
Material Polyethylene
Short Description Magis Me Too Nido Playhouse yellow and green - Designer: Javier Mariscal - Indoor/Outdoor use - Grass-like ground, ceiling covered with graffitis
Dimension 32 1/2 Inch
Depth INCH 150
Height cm. 83
Depth cm. 150
Width inch. 104
Product weight Kg. 41.4
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Established in 1976 by Eugenio Perazza, Magis an Italian company of Design, that over years has become an important pillar in the furniture industry. The most important values, which characterize Magis’ philosophy are the constant attention to the highest quality standard and to the technological research of the materials: in fact Magis has been the first company on the world, that has used the “rotational-moulded technique for the creation of its products. Over the years Magis had become really famous and successful and for this reason it has decided to create a new collection, named Magis Me Too. With this collection, Magis wanted to transfer its distinctive values and vision also in the childhood’s field. Fantasy, color and fun are the most important characteristics of this new set, which focuses on the pedagogical aspect of each product. All these in safety, marked Magis.

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Javier Mariscal is a Spanish artist and designer, born in Febraury 1950 in the city of Valencia. But since 1970 he has been working and living in Barcelona. Javier Mariscal started studying at Colegio El Pinar in Valencia and then he studied design at the Elisava School in Barcelona. After that, he immediately began to work in the wordl of underground comic, a task that he soon combined with illustration, sculpture, graphic design and interior design. His language is synthetic, with few stroke and a great deal of expressiveness. In 1979 he realised the Bar Cel Ona logo, which made him very popular. Throughout the 80s, he designed several textile collections for Marieta e Tràfico de Modas and he has exhibited at the Vinçon salon in Barcelona. In 1989 Cobi, a Catalan Sheepdog, was chosen as the mascot for the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games. Always in 1989 Javier Mariscal opened his own practice, named “ Estudio Mariscal” and he has collaborated in projects with international designers and architects, such as: Arata Isozaki, Alfredo Arribas, Fernando Salas, Fernando Amat and Pepe Cortés. In 1995, Twispy was chosen as the mascot for the Hannover 2000 EXPO. In 2002 his professional career culminated with the integral design of the Grand Hotel Domine in Bilbao. Among the numerous prizes he won, we’d like to remember, in 1999, the National Design Prize of the Spanish Department of Industry and the BCD Foundation grants in recognition of achievements throughout a professional career. In 2001 he also won the Award of the Hungarian national Student Jury for “Chio and Rita” at the 7th Festival of European Animated Feature Films and TV Specials.

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