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Me Too: a collection of furniture and accessories created in 2004 to enable children to experience the creativity, sensations and solutions dreamt up by the big names in contemporary design.
The idea of Me Too originally came from Eugenio Perazza, the creator of Magis, a leading firm in the Italian-made market, who wanted to give his granddaughter a table to draw on. Leafing through various catalogues, he realized there was no furniture for children of her age, or even a little older, that offered advanced design characteristics, like grown-up furniture, but also a simplicity of use suitable for little ones.
The Me Too collection is more than simply scaled-down designer furniture; it is an operation that stimulatesthe designers and the firm to view the world and the objects in it through the eyes of a child. This sensitivity is shared by: Javier Mariscal, creator of Cobi, the mascot for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics; Eero Aarnio, ahistoric name in Scandinavian design, whose playful spirit was first expressed back in 1968 with Bubble Chair, a hanging seat in the shape of a soap bubble; Philippe Starck, with his iconic, surprising andrevolutionary creations, from stools to yachts; Enzo Mari, the rebellious master of Italian and internationaldesign; and many more designers from across the globe, who continue their work with Magis, or join the firm for the first time, sharing in the excitement of the highly original Me Too project.