Fabric Three-Seater Sofa MARALUNGA MAXI, designed by Vico Magistretti for Cassina 01

Fabric Three-Seater Sofa MARALUNGA MAXI, designed by Vico Magistretti for Cassina

Made to order
Ready in working days:
Shipping calculated at checkout
Regular price €9.943,00
/
"WELCOME10"
"SUMMER20"

Take advantage of promo code SUMMER20 and get 20% discount directly at checkout.*

*Minimum purchase amount 300 € or the equivalent in your currency. Can’t combine with other discounts.

Add to Wishlist
100% Made in Italy

100% Made in Italy

Secure Payments

Secure Payments

Insured Shipping

Insured Shipping

Excellent Rating

Excellent Rating

Forty-five years after the launch of the original, and following on from the Maralunga 40 and its variant, the 40-S with removable fabric covers, the Maralunga sofa takes the stage once more, its proportions updated, and its look restyled, becoming even more elegant and comfortable than before.

Maralunga Maxi is a contemporary take on this legendary best-seller by Cassina, which holds the technological patent for the device – a bicycle chain – that adjusts the angle of the backrest.

The MaralungaMaxi armchair debuts a new size for its type: 122 cm. Meanwhile, the two-seater sofa comes in at 214 cm, with the three-seater measuring 310 cm. The depth has increased to 105 cm to make for a more inviting and comfortable sitting position; all the models can be fitted with a feather-filled seat cushion in a new size to enhance ergonomic correctness.

Pictured Upholstery: fabric Champ cat. F, cod. 13F354. Black metal base.

Fill out the form below to get in touch with customer service for other available upholstery options.

Technical Sheet

Product Details

Color: Grey

Material: Fabric, Steel, Wood

Dimensions (cm): H 72 x W 310 x D 105

Dimensions (in): H 28.3 x W 122 x D 41.3

Seat Height: (cm) 45 - (in) 17.7

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Design Italy guarantees a safe and timely delivery service in over 150 countries around the world.

Shipping time (time for the producer to make the product ready to be shipped) is listed on each product description page.
Delivery Time varies according to the delivery area.
Total Shipping Time = Shipping Times + Delivery time
Products in the same order will be shipped separately according to each Shipping Time. 

Shipping costs may be charged to the customer. In this case, they are always indicated in the order summary at check out, before your payment confirmation.

Once you have made a purchase, you will receive an email with the summary and all the details of the order. Tracking information will be sent to you as soon as the shipment is ready.

Find more details about Shipping and Returns here

Vico Magistretti - Design Italy

Designer

Vico Magistretti

He graduated in 1945 from Milan Polytechnic, where his lecturers included Gio Ponti and Piero Portaluppi, and immediately started work in his father’s studio. He mainly designed for the home and living ideas and soon made a name for himself in the Milan that was home to the growing industry of design, developing an extremely expressive, unmistakable language.At the end of the forties he took part in various editions of the Triennale in Milan and in 1956 he was one of the founding members of the ADI, the Italian Industrial Design Association.

He has worked with important companies and his projects are part of permanent collections in the world’s most important museums. From 1998 to 2003, for FontanaArte he designed the wall lamps Ananas and Bruco, the Margaret lamp with supporting bag and Morocco hanging lamp.He has received no fewer than four Compasso d'Oro awards for design projects plus one for his career (1995).In parallel with his outstanding career as a designer, he has also been busy in the field of architecture.

His most important projects include: the tower in the Park in Via Revere (Milan, 1953-56, with Franco Longoni), the towers in Piazzale Aquileia (Milan, 1962-64), Casa Arosio (Arenzano, 1958), Cusano Milanino Town Hall (1966-69), the Milan-San Felice district (1966-69, with Luigi Caccia Dominioni), the headquarters of the Faculty of Biology (Milan, 1978-81, with Francesco Soro) and the Famagosta depot for the ATM, Milan's public transport company (Milan, 1989-2002).He was nominated member of the Accademia di San Luca in 1967 and honorary member of the Royal College of Art in London, where he is also a visiting professor. He has also taught at the Domus Academy in Milan and held conferences and lectures in Europe, Japan and the USA. In 1986 he received a gold medal from the SIAD (Society of Industrial Artists and Designers).