Vigna Dining Chair

Martino Gamper

Availability: In stock

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Stacking chair. Frame in steel rod, cataphoretically-treated and painted in polyester powder. Seat in bi-injection moulded polypropylene. Suitable for outdoor use.

Purple Violet, Granite Grey, White, Warm Grey

W43 x D49 x H84 x SH46.5 cm

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The steel rod chair Vigna for Magis is Martino Gamper’s first industrial design. Like a climbing plant, the swirl of twisting rod creates a structural feature support the chair leg as well as being a decorative element. The seat is in bi-injection-moulded plastic, a technology that offers the possibility to obtain a seat in numerous two-tone colour combinations. Alongside the chair, we also developed the design for a number of tables: a round table with a central column of twisted steel rods, and two four-legged tables (one square, one rectangular) with the same climbing swirl feature seen on the chair legs. Year: 2011.

Martino Gamper (born in 1971 in Merano, Italy) lives and works in London. Working in both design and art venues, Martino Gamper engages in a variety of projects from exhibition design, interior design, one-off commissions and the design of mass-produced products for the cutting edge of the international furniture industry, such as Magis. Gamper has presented his works and projects internationally in many selected exhibitions, and he was also the recipient of the Moroso Award for Contemporary Art in 2011 and of the Brit Insurance Designs of the Year Furniture Award in 2008 for his project ‘100 Chairs in 100 Days’.

Magis was established in 1976 in the north east of Italy, one of Europe's most dynamic industrial areas. Its success is based on the desire 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 well as aesthetic. 

Magis products are dedicated to their international public and are all 100% “Made in Italy”: a guarantee 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 continues to comprise one of the company's greatest and most valuable assets.