Magis Libreria Elysée longho design palermo
Magis Libreria Elysée longho design palermo
Magis Libreria Elysée longho design palermo
Magis Libreria Elysée longho design palermo

Magis - Elysée American walnut bookcase

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Shelving system.

Stacking and adjoining units. Material: maple plywood natural, oak lacquered plywood (black or red)  and American walnut plywood.

Composition B
n°4 LB160/162
n°10 LB164/166
n°2 LB168
n°2 LB170

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Magis - Elysée American walnut bookcase 

Elysée is a shelving system that can be modulated in an endless series of compositions. It’s available in natural maple plywood, in American walnut plywood and in painted oak plywood (black or red). The modules can be combined according to your needs thanks to the “T” joints in white or black ABS, to create different and infinite compositions. It can be placed not only against the wall but also as a partition element in the middle of the room.

Pierre Paulin

Born in Paris in 1927, Pierre Paulin made his début in the design field in the 50s (after studying stone carving and clay modelling at the École Camondo in Paris) becoming immediately known for his iconic and innovative designs (such as his sculpture-seats Mushroom, Tongue Chair, Ribbon Chair), which to some degree anticipated the approaching social revolutions through the lifestyles they encouraged. In the 70s he was commissioned by the French President Pompidou to fit out a series of reception rooms in the Élysée Palace, bringing modernity to this setting through his emblematic and innovative style. In these same years, Paulin also collaborated with Le Mobilier National, renovating the Denon wing of the Louvre and various other important locations in Paris. He was a designer with a complex personality, and has been celebrated and exhibited all over the world as a recognized master of universal design. An architect of “imagery”, he created a style, albeit at times unwillingly, deeply marking our everyday life with his sweet, harmonic and evocative shapes and their great innovative content. He was one of the few designers in the world who – from the 50s to the present day – has never ceased to be modern. The last works of his 60-year-long career (Pierre Paulin died in June 2009) are low chair Flower, and the Élysée shelving system, designed for Magis, which are the fruit of a rewarding collaboration begun in 2001.


A story of ideas, creativity and experimentation. Since 1976. This is the know-how that Magis brings to the world of design.
Established in Northern Italy as a family business, thanks to the ingenuity of visionary Eugenio Perazza it has become a major design laboratory for home, outdoor, office and contract and a global player in design field. Magis is a Latin word meaning “more“. And this is precisely the origin of the propulsive drive for experimentation. To be and do more. Magis has always believed in young and emerging talents, and over the years, the company has grown and experimented alongside many of them, now famous on the international scene. Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic, Philippe Starck, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and Jerszy Seymour are just some of the designers who are part of the Magis family.An eclectic, versatile design that take up homes, public spaces and stands out in the permanent exhibitions of more than 35 museums around the world, and has won close to a hundred of the most prestigious awards including five Compasso d’Oro awards, the oldest and most authoritative worldwide design award.

Pierre Paulin
american walnut
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