2012 Legend Award
courtesy Carl Magnusson
2012 Legend Award
Jan 23, 2012
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2012 Legend Award_01 01_Legend_01_12 Magnusson designed the interior and exterior of an exhibition in Munich for the BMW 1 Series (2007).


Photo courtesy Carl Magnusson

2012 Legend Award_02 03_Legend_01_12 Among the many items he designed for Knoll was the precisely detailed Magnusson Desk (1995).


Photo courtesy Knoll

2012 Legend Award_03 04_Legend_01_12 Among the many items he designed for Knoll was the precisely detailed Magnusson Desk (1995).


Photo courtesy Knoll


2012 Legend Award_04 05_Legend_01_12 For Arexit, Magnusson designed A-Carry (2010), a secure carrying strap for an iPad. It is ideal in setting like hospitals or job sites.
2012 Legend Award_05 06_Legend_01_12 The Micra-Ambulance is a Magnusson concept for a 54-inch-wide vehicle that could slip through traffic to quickly get to a victim.


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2012 Legend Award_06 07_Legend_01_12 In recognition of a lifetime of achievement, Contract recognizes this product design impresario as the 2012 legend.


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2012 Legend Award_07 08_Legend_01_12 The Conflux lamp (2010) for Teknion was designed for the floor, desk, table, or under the shelf. This passive infrared LED lamp can turn on and off from body heat presence.


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2012 Legend Award_08 09_Legend_01_12 Magnusson designed Formulino (2009) as a composite body for a formula electric race car for Stegner Automotive of Germany.


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2012 Legend Award_09 10_Legend_01_12 FX for Teknion (2009) is a workplace desk accessory system of completely recyclable materials.


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2012 Legend Award_10 11_Legend_01_12 Photo courtesy Carl Magnusson
2012 Legend Award_11 12_Legend_01_12 MAST (2011) for Teknion is a heavy duty arm system that holds monitor screens and iPads. Wires are concealed in the aluminum extrusion channel.


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2012 Legend Award_12 13_Legend_01_12 Synapse (2008), designed for Teknion, is a contemporary wooden side chair that combines traditional joinery with ready-to-assemble construction. Designed with large project environments in mind, Synapse is comprised of only five parts and assembles in less than five minutes for maximum on-site installation efficiency.


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2012 Legend Award_13 14_Legend_01_12 A section drawing of Marketplace for Teknion (2007) shows the interconnected office desking system.


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2012 Legend Award_14 15_Legend_01_12 MAST (2011) for Teknion is a heavy duty arm system that holds monitor screens and iPads. Wires are concealed in the aluminum extrusion channel. Magnusson is pictured here demonstrating MAST at IIDEX at Toronto.

 

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