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Magis My Zoo


Starting at: $89.00 CAD
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Animal figures designed by Martí Guixé for Magis. MORE INFO

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Animal figures designed by Martí Guixé for Magis.


  • Animal Figures in Card-Board
  • Wheels In Polyamide with Cover In Rubber
  • Leg In Polypropylene with Glass Fibre Added


    Bear Small
  • Height: 25.5 cm / 10 inch
  • Length: 44 cm / 17.3 inch
    Dromedary Small
  • Height: 33.5 cm / 13.2 inch
  • Length: 48 cm / 18.9 inch
    Elephant Small
  • Height: 33.5 cm / 13.2 inch
  • Length: 53 cm / 20.9 inch
    Giraffe Small
  • Height: 55 cm / 21.7 inch
  • Length: 31 cm / 12.2 inch
    Whale Small
  • Height: 19.5 cm / 7.7 inch
  • Length: 107 cm / 42.1 inch
    Bear Large
  • Height: 102 cm / 40.2 inch
  • Length: 175 cm / 68.9 inch
    Dromedary Large
  • Height: 133 cm / 52.4 inch
  • Length: 195 cm / 76.7 inch
    Elephant Large
  • Height: 132 cm / 52 inch
  • Length: 215 cm / 84.6 inch
    Giraffe Large
  • Height: 218 cm / 85.8 inch
  • Length: 122 cm / 48 inch
    Whale Large
  • Height: 135 cm / 53.1 inch
  • Length: 730 cm / 287.4 inch

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Magis gives you more choices—for indoors and out, for the lounge, the café, the patio, the lobby, the classroom. By combining craft with industrial process Magis products deliver beyond expectations. It makes sense, since Magis means “more than” in Latin. While delivering more, Magis uses less—material and energy—a commitment Magis shares with Herman Miller. A belief in authored design is another; Magis works with top designers from around the world, such as Michael Young who, in 2001, designed a fun and very functional doghouse. Check out all the over 200 Magis products GR Shop has to offer.

Magis My Zoo Designed by:
  • Marti Guixe
Marti Guixe

Martí Guixé

Spain, 1964

"There are several products in which the shape is not important and the function is more important. I think the way to do that is working basically with ideas, so that the shapes and materials become anecdotal." - Martí Guixé

Martí Guixé is a Spanish designer living in Barcelona and Berlin. He graduated in interior design from Elisava in Barcelona in 1985 and enrolled in an industrial design study program in Scuola Politecnica di Design di Milano in 1986. In 2001, as a statement against the limited scope of the traditional designer and to open new possibilities for the industry Guixé started an ex-designer movement, defining himself by the same name.

Guixé is very outspoken in his dislike of design as stylized object and form. Rather than reshaping existing products Guixé’s work claims to alter ways of seeing and thinking. Design to Guixé needs to evoke constant evaluation of the parameters of function and active engagement and reinvention on the part of the consumer. It should be firmly rooted in contemporary experience and not linger in past structures of functionality. Because of this critical and provocative attitude his work is sometimes associated with the critical design movement, popularized by Fiona Raby and Anthony Dunne, but in general is more playful and less moralistic.

His non-objective approach is reflected in the frequent use of disposable or cheap materials and the quick and ephemeral character of much of his work. The final design often seems only one outcome of innumerable possibilities.

An integrated part of Guixés conceptual approach is his interest in design as a platform for questioning, visualising and influencing contemporary human behaviour. With a focus on patterns of consumption, exchange of information and the process of choice.

Guixés sensitivity towards materials that are quick, readily available and oriented towards mass consumption led him to become an important innovator in food design. He understood food design as a way to re-evaluate and redesign the structure around food, the industry and the consumer. Void from nostalgia, food for Guixé is primarily an edible designed product, an object that negates any reference to cooking, tradition and gastronomy.

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