Alessi - Blow Up Magazine Holder, stainless steel

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The Alessi Blow Up is a magazine holder whose inimitable design was created by the brothers Humberto & Fernando Campana.

The Alessi Blow Up magazines holder is reminiscent of jackstraws and is based on the idea of welding hypothetical steel wire remainders in order to create different container shapes.

All the objects of the Alessi Blow Up collection have the unmistakable handwriting of the Brazilian Campana brothers. The seemingly randomly organised individual metal sticks, reminiscent of a jackstraws game or explosions, sometimes result in a bowl, other times in a plate or a fruit bowl. The lively geometric interplay of shadows is also interesting, since it looks different according to the room's light.

The Blow Up objects by Humberto and Fernando Campana are made of mirror polished 18/10 stainless steel.

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Item no. 120961
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Material stainless steel, chrome plated
Colour Stainless steel
Dimensions Height: 35 cm, Depth: 28.5 cm, Length: 45.5 cm
Weight 2.86 kg (without packaging)
EAN 8003299935116
Design Humberto & Fernando Campana
Category Magazine Racks

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5 of 5 stars 13.05.2019, , Alessi - Blow Up Magazine Holder, stainless steel

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My new magazine holder is a stylish eye-catcher! it will surely remain the collection point for my magazines forever! I like the extraordinary design of Alessi!

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Eye catcher

5 of 5 stars 13.05.2019, , Alessi - Blow Up Magazine Holder, stainless steel
1 of 1 customers have found this review helpful.

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So the newspaper rack is an absolute eye-catcher. However, just when it is loaded, should be lifted from below, the rods then look a bit filigree and you are afraid that something could break apart there.

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