Adaptable space: My First Office by Magis

Introducing “My First Office”, a plywood structure from Magis’ Me Too Collection.  Designed by Martí Guixé, “My First Office” uses plywood construction that provides kids with an adaptable space for work and play. It has multiple shelves for books and objects, with the cubicle-like office also having a height adjustable desk for writing and drawing.

Launched in 2004 by Italian furniture brand Magis, Me Too is a collection of products designed for children. The Me Too collection includes collaborations with designers, such as Eero Arnio, Marcel Wanders, Marc Newson, Enzo Mari and Javier Mariscal.

Founded in 1976 by Eugenio Perazza, Venetian company Magis exports its products to 80 countries. A factory-free organization, Magis is able to continually work on R&D activities by outsourcing its manufacturing.

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