The decorations on the floor of the Pantheon in Rome, where circle and square repeat endlessly, have been transformedinto a set of plates and tablecloths. Who knows what Emperor Hadrian would have thought in 118 AD if he had seen his impressive monumental construction transformed into tableware.
The surprising geometric patterns that inspired the cover of our notebook, the Roma Notebook set, is based on a unique mosaic, at the centre of which a head of Medusa is set into the geometrically patterned floor, preserved in the Roman National Museum.
For two thousand years this construction has told an uninterrupted tale of the Roman Empire’s fascination and magnificence: one of the Seven Wonders of the World, a unique historical and archaeological treasure. The profile of the façade turns into a Bookmark or Placeholder for your table.