In addition to the notion of the multiple artistic concept with limited, strictly controlled and numbered editions from one unique original, there exists an equivalent idea in design in which the functional aspect, while always present and recognised, plays a subtle, secondary role. This is design for which no instructions are needed and which is chosen for its subjective and, consequently, irrefutable appeal and not for reasons of commercial competition….

The Italian art critic Luca Forno discussing BOOKER-PRIZE in Domus, no. 739, June 1992