2017 Officina Bench
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec 2017
Erwan Bouroullec, co-designer of the Magis Officina Bench with his brother Ronan, sought “a geometry that would allow us to craft tables and chairs of different sizes. The construction method uses a rod that we heat and press at the point where it will be linked with another rod. It is these precise points that form the language of this collection and the basis for production.”
As with the other pieces in the Magis Officina collection, the bench is available in a choice of galvanized or black painted frame and a gently curved seat and backrest in plywood or upholstered.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
Brothers Ronan (born 1971) and Erwan Bouroullec (born 1976) set up their Paris studio in the late-1990s. Quickly acclaimed for the ingenious simplicity of their furniture, lighting and object designs, their work reflects the idiom of their Breton heritage updated with the elegance of a new international style. They exhibit limited edition work at influential Galerie kreo and collaborate with some of the world’s finest design brands.
Magis prides itself on a wide-ranging catalogue of products that span from the aesthetically pure to the stylistically expressive. This deliberate eclecticism allows the brand to constantly push at the parameters of design.