SPAZIOFMGPERL’ARCHITETTURA, has been revamped to celebrate Expo 2015, and with the Tomorrow by Design series it is even more determined to confirm its desire to become a real research laboratory, a respected place for
professionals and enthusiasts of the world of architecture and design to get together and to experiment.
So while the walls wear international projects that experiment a possible future, the space itself has become more visitor-friendly thanks to the side tables provided by FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti, which showcase an alternative use
for floor and wall coverings, alongside the chairs supplied by MAGIS, giving a comfortable greeting to FUTURECRAFT visitors until 29 May 2015.
A new living area idea in the Tortona district, a reference point and a familiar, relaxing place for Expo visitors who are sensitive to the key themes that intimately tie architecture to the ethical and social dimension of everyday life.
DESIGNS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES FROM AN ITALIAN COMPANY
Magis, established in 1976 by Eugenio Perazza in the north east of Italy, one of Europe’s most dynamic industrial areas, is a prominent lodestar in the design world.
Its success is based on the desir e to provide a broad swathe of users with access to high functional and technological quality products for the home, developed in partnership with major international designers, with a vision of the resulting products that is ethical and poetic as w ell as aesthetic.
Magis products are dedicated to their international public (exports account for some 85% of production), and are all 100% “Made in Italy”: a guar antee of high quality, in line with the firm’ s tradition, which has developed from its craftsmanship and cultural roots, through the evolving styles and industrial growth of the eighties and nineties, and c ontinues to comprise one of the company’s greatest and most valuable assets.
In addition to receiving many major accolades in the design arena, Magis products have become part of the permanent collections of some important museums in the world.