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Magis Bombo Swivel Stool

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Magis Bombo Swivel Stool
Description
Milan-based designer Stefano Giovannoni creates organically inspired furnishings with a note of playfulness. The futuristic form of his ABS plastic stool makes a striking statement in any kitchen or workspace. It swivels 360 degrees and adjusts (from 20 - 29") with a smooth gas piston mechanism incorporated into the chrome-finished steel base. Produced by Magis for Herman Miller®, a manufacturer in MoMA’s collection. Made in Italy.

Stefano Giovannoni cites his experience at the University of Florence in the late 1970s as the watershed for his work: “That was where the concept of 'radical architecture' was born, which created a whole new language and way of expression in Italian design.” With this liberating experience under his belt, he went on to create some of the most successful designs of late modern furniture, including the Bombo line for Magis. His Bombo stool introduced a new type of minimal, adjustable-height seating and its space-age design earned it a cameo on Star Trek. Along these lines, he believes that designers should take some cues from popular culture, saying “We have to have long antennas to perceive changes in society as a whole and adopt our language to the context of the larger world.” Giovannoni’s work is included in MoMA’s collection.
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  • Designer
    Stefano Giovannoni
  • Size
    26.4h x 17.72"diam
  • Materials
    Chrome, ABS
  • Year of Design
    1997
  • Origin
    Italy