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Paolo Dell'Elce
Bumblebee Magazine holder | Furniture by Paolo Dell'Elce | Alla Carta Studio & Shop in Milano
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Bumblebee Magazine holder | Furniture by Paolo Dell'Elce | Alla Carta Studio & Shop in Milano
Bumblebee Magazine holder | Furniture by Paolo Dell'Elce | Alla Carta Studio & Shop in Milano
Bumblebee Magazine holder | Furniture by Paolo Dell'Elce | Alla Carta Studio & Shop in Milano

Bumblebee Magazine holder - Furniture

Featured In Alla Carta Studio & Shop, Milano, Italy

Starts at $200

umblebee is an adaptable magazine holder that meets modern requirements concerning space related issues. According to the number of magazines to hold, the object develops its shape. It is composed of four aluminium sheets and basic mechanisms and tracks that make it foldable and extendible. Bumblebee can be placed into a bookshelf and used to hold magazines as if it was a bookend. It can be placed on the floor and extended to hold new magazines when collections grow. The use that you can make of it changes according to needs and ideas. It is flat when closed up and is easy to transport.

Item Bumblebee Magazine holder
Created by Paolo Dell'Elce
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Paolo Dell'Elce
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Paolo Dell’Elce (1983) is an Industrial designer based in Milano, Italy specialized in furniture, lighting and product design.
He studied design at Politecnico di Milano (IT) and at the Oslo school of Architecture and Design (NO).


His work has been published internationally, has received design awards including a honorable mention for 2014 Compasso d’Oro and the Red Dot Award: Product Design, and has been exhibited in prestigious institutions as Triennale di Milano, Museo Poldi Pezzoli in Milan, Museo dell’Ara Pacis in Rome, Kunstraum Muenchen in Munich.


DAMN°, a bimonthly magazine on contemporary culture wrote about his work: “His objects perform a rare balancing act: they display clear, precise forms without relinquishing the essential sensual component.”


From 2011 to 2014 he has been Design Director of historic Italian company Danese Milano. From 2015 he leads the Furniture design team at David Chipperfield Architects, becoming Associate of the firm in 2018.