Gold Fish

Gold Fish


In dream interpretation, fish are associated with the symbolism of water and the
depth of the unconscious mind. The “Fish” project created for the MAGIS Me Too collection aims to create an upsidedown world where air and water, reality and dreams, thoughts and emotions all merge. The fish float, suspended, swimming through the air, like in a child’s imagination.

Material: Sculpture in metal mesh painted in epoxy resin. Supplied with hook for ceiling suspension.

Small: Height 30cm Width 33.5cm Length 50cm
Medium: Height 40cm Width 43.5cm Length 65cm
Large: Height 48cm Width 53cm Length 80cm

Suitable for indoor use.

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Founded in 1976 in the bustling north eastern corner of Italy by a newcorner to the furniture business. Eugenio Perazza,Magis is today a giant international design laboratory that constant puts itself to the test, seeking technological sophistication an employing a highly diversfied workforce.Magis seizes the day. It embraceces the creativity of leading global designers and channels it towards objects perched on the cutting edge.

Me Too Collection

Me Too collection was launched in 2004, beginning the collection of objects and furniture for children between two and six. The product range offers a diverse programme: furniture, accessories, toys and even children’s clothes which are durable, robust and set no limits for the creativity of kids. The products of the Magis – Me Too collection stand for high quality, chidlren-friendly, modern design and just lots of fun.

Before moving to Milan in 2005, Benedetta Mori Ubaldini lived and studied in London, where she studied Art and Design. Benedetta is best-known for her innovative and extraordinarily beautiful wire work. Each piece starts life as industrially produced, rolled “chicken” wire, which is gradually shaped by hand, twisting and joining the pieces together to give a seamless appearance.

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