It is well known that the toroidal dimensional reduction of supergravities gives rise in three dimensions to theories whose bosonic sectors are described purely in terms of scalar degrees of freedom, which parameterise sigma-model coset spaces. For example, the reduction of eleven-dimensional supergravity gives rise to an E_8/SO(16) coset Lagrangian. In this paper, we dispense with the restrictions of supersymmetry, and study all the three-dimensional scalar sigma models G/H where G is a maximally-non-compact simple group, with H its maximal compact subgroup, and find the highest dimensions from which they can be obtained by Kaluza-Klein reduction. A magic triangle emerges with a duality between rank and dimension. Interesting also are the cases of Hermitean symmetric spaces and quaternionic spaces.