- Designer : Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
- Year of Design : 2016
- Material : Wrought iron and polypropylene
- Seat painted in polyester powder
- Dimensions : Height : 80cm; W : 58cm; SH : 46cm
- Complete with felt pads
Delivery: 4 - 6 weeks
Great Reasons to buy the Magis Officina Dining Chair
- This Chair is a new addition to the Officina collection, introduced by designers Ronan & Erwan Bourouillec at the Milan Design fair in 2016.
- Featuring a forged iron frame and geometrical seat, the chair has an unmistakably industrial feel, but combined with a profoundly refined and elegant spirit.
- The design of the chair results from working with the ancient process of wrought iron hammering, applying updated design language to a tradition that stretches back centuries.
- Emphasising the beauty of the raw material used in its construction, Officina comes in various finishes to suit any interior setting.
Why You'll Love this Chair
The Officina Dining Chair is the latest addition to the unmistakably modern Officina collection, designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Magis. Using the ancient tradition of forging- the process used to shape iron, forged legs are applied to an injection-moulded plastic seat, creating a chair that combines absolute simplicity with the allure of the raw material used in its construction.
This chair comes with either galvanised or black painted iron legs. The seat is made from polypropylene plastic and comes in various colours, providing comfort with an industrial yet elegant appeal. Whether bought on it's own or with other pieces of the Officina collection, it will look great in any interior setting.
Throughout the ages forging has been used to create an infinite number of everyday objects and decorative artefacts. We wanted to work with this ancient fabrication process and give it a new visual language- Ronan & Erwan Bourellic
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About The Designer
Born in Brittany in 1971 and 1976 respectively the Bouroullec brothers have become a much sough after double act, particularly after their work with Cappellini who recognised their talent at an early stage. Here we feature some of their most highly regarded works for Vitra, Kartell,Cappellini and Magis.