Magmaxdesign's Blog

June 24, 2009

On Sale!

Filed under: Custom Design, Furniture, Modern — Tags: , , , , , , — magmaxdesign @ 7:29 am
Mr. Square Bench

Mr. Square Bench

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Sit in style with Mr. Square Bench. The beam is made from local reclaimed fir. Dimensions 5.5x11x18 the bench compliments any room decor. For details visit MAGMAX Design products at www.magmaxdesign.com.

June 12, 2009

Architectural Beauty

Filed under: Architecture, Design, Modern — Tags: , , , — magmaxdesign @ 6:18 am

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Over the last half-century, modern architecture has redefined itself. Originally sparked from political and social revolutions, modern architecture has more recently developed to reflect technological and engineering advancements. Boasting simplicity and functionality, modern design has taken many forms from furniture to style to buildings and beyond. I came across many inspirational designs by architects such as Massimiliano Fuksas who cross the boundaries of modern design.

June 9, 2009

MAGMAX Design Online

Filed under: News — Tags: , , , , — magmaxdesign @ 10:06 am

web launch

MAGMAX Design is excited to announce the launch of our website. The site features a variety of our latest custom designs including furniture currently being showcased at Canoe in Portland, Oregon. MAGMAX Design was born out of the desire to create modern, sustainable furniture that lasts a lifetime.  We cater to the needs, desires and wants of our customers and pride ourselves in our customer satisfaction. We design and make nearly every conceivable type of household furniture: Beds, Tables, Benches, Dressers, Desks, Home Design (Shelving, Cabinets, Bars, Picture frames, etc) as well as a number of stainless household products. Check us out at www.magmaxdesign.com

April 17, 2009

Our Latest Model

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One of the models that we can release to you is our new, roasted maple coffee table. Dimensions: 60×18×15 with trapezoidal stainless legs

March 9, 2009

Nelson Miniature Chest | Six Drawer

Filed under: Art — Tags: , , — magmaxdesign @ 5:10 am

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The simple joy of taking an idea into one’s own hands and giving it proper form, that’s exciting.”
-George Nelson
Japan had a profound effect on George Nelson. During his first trip to Tokyo in 1951 and several more that decade, Nelson became fascinated with all things Japanese. That influence is evident in the 1952 design of his miniature chests. Reminiscent of tansu, cabinets with many small drawers used for storing a variety of items, the Nelson miniature chests provide wonderful little places to keep things. An interesting addition to nearly any room—whether at home or the office—these chests embody what Nelson appreciated most in Japanese design: “a sense of fitness in the relationship between hand, material, use, and shape.” George Nelson

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