Magis' Mariolina chair is characterized by the airy and sculptural touch of Enzo Mari, a notable legend of Italian design. The fresh appearance of Mariolina comes from a slim, chromed steel frame combined with a rounded seat and back made of thin, durable polypropylene, attached to the frame with a series of moulded ribs.

Launched in 2002, the Mariolina chair has influences from 1950s design as well as the relaxed atmosphere of Italian kitchens. The stackable chair makes a perfect pair for a dining table or convenient extra seat anywhere in the house, and its modern minimalism fits easily to public spaces as well.


Mariolina chair, white



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46 cm
48 cm
85 cm
Seat height
48 cm
Chromed steel, polypropylene

Enzo Mari

Enzo Mari (1932–2020) was an Italian designer who also was known as a theorist and provocateur. The starting point of Enzo Mari's work is often theoretical, but the end result is always as functional as it is beautiful.

During his career, Enzo Mari completed more than 2,000 design projects, including the 16 animali puzzle (Danese, 1957), the Sof Sof chair (Driade, 1971), the Box chair (Castelli, 1975) and the Smith & Smith kitchen utensils (Zani & Zani, 1987). He received numerous awards for his work during his career, such as the Compasso d’Oro award, which he won as many as four times.

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