Developed by Magis in 1990, and redesigned in 2003, XZ3 is a table featuring a chromed or epoxy painted steel rod structure with an architectural style reminiscent of a slender pylon, a graphic convergence of lines, on which sits a rectangular or round painted MDF top.

Carton for frame depth
0.17m3
Carton for frame height
0.76m3
Carton for frame volume
0.111m3
Carton for frame weight
5.8m3
Carton for frame width
0.86m3
Carton for top depth
0.96m3
Carton for top height
0.08m3
Carton for top volume
0.16m3
Carton for top weight
39.5kg
Carton for top width
2.08m3
Finish
Chromed Frame, White Top
Frame material
Steel Rod
Height
74cm
Length
90cm
Number of boxes
1
Top material
MDF
Width
200cm
Year
1990/2003

Suitable for a wide range of uses, from the dining room to the meeting room, XZ3 looks great with a number of different chairs from the Magis collection.


Stefano Giovannoni

Stefano Giovannoni was born in La Spezia in 1954, and graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at Florence University in 1978. He lives and works in Milan.
From 1979 to 1991 he worked at the Faculty of Architecture in Florence, lecturing and carrying out research. He taught Master’s courses at the Domus Academy, Università del Progetto in Reggio Emilia, as well as lecturing in Industrial Design at the Faculty of Architecture in Genoa. He works as an industrial and interior designer and architect, specializing in plastic products, and has worked with companies including Alessi, Amore Pacific, Artsana, Bisazza, Cederroth, Deborah, Elica, Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano, Fiat, Hannspree, Hanssem, Helit, Henkel, Honeywell, Inda, KDDI, Kokuyo, Laufen, Lavazza, LG Hausys, L’Oreal, Magis, Maletti, Meglio, Mikakuto, Moooi, Nestlé, Nissan, NTT Docomo, Oras, Oregon Scientific, Papernet, Promelit, Pulsar, Replay, Samsung, Seiko, Shaf, Siemens, Skitsch, Sodastream, SPC, Star, Telecom, Toto, 3M, Toto, Tubes, Veneta Cucine, Vondom and ZTE.

His designs have achieved great commercial success, with products of the calibre of the “Bombo” series, created for Magis. His design objects have been awarded: the “Design Plus” prize at the Ambiente fair at Messe Frankfurt, in 1994, 1996, 2003, 2005 and 2009; the “100% Design” prize in London in 1997; the “International Forum Design Hannover” award in 1999; the “ISH” prize in 2003; the Chicago Atheneum “Good Design Award” in 2010; and the “New York Interior Design 2012 Award”.


Established in 1976, Magis combines design, technological innovation and a 100% Made in Italy ethos to create high quality products.