Well designed: Magis’ Me Too’s Caravan

Magis launched the Caravan as part of the Magis’ Me Too Collection. Designed by Ineke Hans, the wooden room divider is mounted on castors and has decorative pressed wood sides that depict images of circus figures, as well as two distorting mirrors and white-boards with magnets. The Caravan mirrors can stand alone, but also work together in groups to form moveable room dividers. Hans has also designed a set of circus-figure magnets that stick to the whiteboard surface.

Launched in 2004 by Italian furniture brand Magis, Me Too is a collection of products designed especially 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, Magis exports its products to 80 countries. 


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