Paolo Dell'Elce was born in Pescara, in Italy, in 1983 and is a designer specialized in product design, furniture and lighting. He studied industrial design at the Milan Polytechnic and perfected his studies at the school of architecture and design in Oslo, Norway. Since 2007 he has collaborated with Carlotta de Bevilacqua, with whom he works on numerous projects in furniture and lighting technology field. In 2010 he opened his own design studio in Milan, dealing with the design of furniture and lighting fixtures. His projects focus in particular on the search for innovative solutions to allow direct interaction between user and product to meet better the needs of contemporary life and different working and living contexts. His works have been published in important magazines, such as the bi-monthly magazine on contemporary culture, DAMN, and have received the honorable mention Compasso d'Oro 2014, the Red Dot Award: Product Design and have been exhibited in prestigious locations like the Milan Triennale, the Poldi Pezzoli Museum in Milan, the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome and the Kunstraum Muenchen in Munich. For Rotaliana Paolo Dell'Elce signs the collection of "Sunset" LED lamps in die-cast aluminum, with a modern and sophisticated design, available in applique, wall or floor versions.