Immediately after graduating in Architecture in 1973, Paola Navone starts to collaborate with Alchimia group, considered the most advanced Italian design philosophy: Alessandro Mendini, Ettore Sottsass Jr., Andrea Branzi belongs to this group. In 1983, she won the first International Design Award in Osaka. During her long and faceted career she worked as architect, designer, art director, furniture designer, essayist, teacher, curator of exhibitions and events. Her experience in many countries lead her to a highly advanced design idea: since she was a child, design has always been "like an omelette: mushrooms or courgettes, just enough to be good. I don’t like suffering, I’m ready to throw to shape object. "