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Magister | Antonio Citterio | 1982


Designed in 1982, this legendary sofa is meant to play a starring role in the home or in public spaces, like waiting rooms, lobbies or corporate offices. Its understated, minimal aesthetic is the result of finely-crafted upholstering that demonstrates the company’s ability to produce furnishings that express the perfect marriage between an aptitude for innovation and the kind of tradition that stems from years of experience in classic upholstering. Available in versions upholstered in fabric or leather, Magister shows off to its best advantage in the latter, in which the unadulterated design of this sofa is exalted by the exquisite tufting. In the Magister sofa, the traditional buttons have been replaced with a more modern two-hole tufting technique. Lifted off the floor on metal feet, the Magister sofa comes with goose-down-filled cylindrical armrests and features a retractable metal shelf behind the seat back that, thanks to an ingenious mechanism, transforms the Magister sofa into a handy, and comfortable, single bed.

Structure in solid wood and metal with polyurethane foam padding, covered with a protective laminated fabric 

Backrest with retractable satin-finish metal shelf (when in use as a daybed) 

Seat and backrest cushion in polyurethane foam and dacron 

Armrests in sterilized goose down (Assopiuma certified, gold label) 

Feet in satin-finish metal. Rests on pads made of thermoplastic material 

Upholstery fabric or leather covers 

In the leather version, the seat and backrest cushion are quilted

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