Magis, one of the inspiring Italian design brand that you can visit with Architectours, is among the winners of the Salone del Mobile.Milano award.
The jury that awarded the prize was made up by a panel of internationally-renowned figures – Chiara Alessi, critic, design expert; Stefano Boeri, architect; Giovanni Gastel, photographer; Angela Rui, exhibition curator; Deyan Sudjic, Director of the Design Museum in London – who circulated anonymously among the exhibitors in order to select the candidates.
The prizes have been awarded to companies whose projects, products and displays at the fair stood out thanks to the quality and innovative nature of their creative and manufacturing process, of the technology introduced or developed, of their communicative power and of their display.
The following are the official motivations underpinning the award:
“A little ideal city, inspired by the works of Andrea Palladio, with unmistakeable references to other great Italian visionaries such as Giorgio De Chirico and Aldo Rossi – the Magis stand is a perfect example of urban environment. Iconic products, together with new ones, live and communicate in this open space where one might be a visitor or perhaps a protagonist of this magical story”.
The exhibition design project by Magis at the Salone del Mobile is the result of the collaboration between the company and Note Design Studio a Stockholm-based studio of design founded in 2008 working within the fields of architecture, interiors, products, graphic design and design strategy.