Paola Navone 

Paola Navone is a renowned figure known for her outspoken and imaginative style. Her soul harbors a blend of the vibrant flavors and colors from the southern parts of the world, a region she knows, loves, and often visits. This influence is seamlessly integrated with the tastes and forms of the Western world, which is rich in traditions yet always evolving. Her endless curiosity drives her to explore materials, shapes, and structures from the past, present, and future. She is an accomplished architect, designer, art director, and interior designer.

Navone has been responsible for curating numerous exhibitions and installations worldwide. Her work has been recognized with several accolades: she won the International Design Award in Osaka in 1983, was named Designer of the Year by the German magazine Architektur & Wohnen in 2000, and received two Elle Deco International Design Awards in 2011. In 2014, she was honored with a nomination to the Design Hall of Fame by Interior Design Magazine. Her collaborations span across the most prestigious names in both international and Italian design circles.