There is a theory that if someone finds out exactly what the purpose of the universe is and why it is here, it will transform into something even more original and authentic. There is another theory which shows that this has already happened.
Roberto Paoli with the new project Planet, ironically gave an image to this belief communicating his personal interpretation of the purpose of the universe.
The shape of a product reveals how its designer looks at the world. The design, material, color are symbols that refer to the thought of those who wanted to take that object lives.
Roberto Paoli Lindbergh imagines, coffee table ready to take off. Dream of flying is perhaps one of the most recurrent fantasies, often linked to feelings of freedom and euphoria, fills the dreamer of joy and puts him in touch with what incredibly want to be able to accomplish.
The greatest poets often find the greatest inspiration in nature. Nature is something that does not depend on us, but, on the contrary, fully influences us.
The designer as a poet sometimes inspired by nature to give life to his creations. Roberto Paoli was inspired by the marine world to create Marlin, a chair that follows formally sea anemones and their sinuous and malleable.
Just as the sea anemone sets of symbiotic relationships with other living organisms, such as green algae and clownfish, Marlin similarly establishes morphological alliance with the user.
"Heaven my husband!" it's a shoe rack drawn by Roberto Paoli to Sown Mercadante.
Who said that the market there is a good shoe? Present Day Sown Mercadante launches a new product load of sophistication and irony and does at the Salone del Mobile 2013. "Heaven my husband!" (That's his name) is the first shoe that does not hide behind a door or in a closet.