Magis设计没有意大利公司的边界。Magis成立于1976年，于意大利欧洲最具活力的工业区之一。它是由Eugenio Perazza的成立者，“一位询问明确的设计问题的商人已经提供了一部分答案的重要部分，特别是在与才华横溢的设计师一起制定时”（Giampiero Bosoni，Domus 941，2010年11月）。该公司是设计世界上突出的洛克斯塔。它的成功是基于为家庭提供高型功能和技术优质产品的广泛斯巴斯的愿望，与主要国际设计师合作，具有所得产品的愿景，这些产品是道德和诗意的审美的。Stefano Giovannoni，Jasper Morrison，Konstantin Grcic，Ronan＆Erwan Bouroullec，Marc Newsonbetway31，Ron Arad，Naoto Fukasawa，Marcel Wanders，Philippe Starck，Zaha Hadid和Thomas Heatherwick只是一些与Magis合作的设计师，创造了广阔的集合碎片，每个人都有自己的故事来告诉和自己的性格表达，是在国内设置或集体空间中。Magis products are dedicated to their international public (exports account for some 85% of production), 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. In early 2010, Magis moved to a new production site in Torre di Mosto (near Venice) with a total meterage of 98,000 m2, including two separate buildings: the first, measuring 15,000 square meters, houses the logistics and assembly departments, the other, measuring 3,500 square meters, was made for the offices and a showroom showroom, which exhibits all the most iconic products from the collection. Featured pieces range from Stefano Giovannoni’s Bombo, possibly one of the most frequently imitated products in the history of design, to Ronan & Erwan Bourollec’s Steelwood Chair, awarded the ADI Compasso d’Oro in 2011, to the children’s collection Me Too, developed together with famous designers and experts in the field of education. In 2008 Trioli (designed by Eero Aarnio) from the Me Too collection also won the Compasso D’Oro, while in 2014 the same highly prestigious award was bestowed upon Spun, designed by Thomas Heatherwick. In addition to receiving this and many, many other major accolades in the design arena, Magis products have become part of the permanent collections of museums including the MoMA in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.