Titta Paoloni was born in Tarcento (Udine, Italy) in 1954, and obtained a graduate degree in Architecture at the University of Venice, Italy, in 1979. In collaboration with Giovanna Cortivo and Valerio Casarin he realized and discussed the thesis Ruolo delle isole minori nella formazione del Parco della Laguna di Venezia - 1979 (Role of the minor islands in the formation of the Park of the Venice Lagoon - 1979) foreshadowing architectural solutions and guidelines for the safeguard of the city which were characterized by strong innovative characters in that historical period (press review). He collaborated with several companies for design and assembly methods of prefabricated buildings, and planned and directed the production of key components for the building trade and especially residential, commercial, and educational buildings. He has been an interior design consultant for several Italian manufacturers of office furniture. (Il Giornale) Mr. Paoloni designed a number of health care, sports, administrative, civic, and residential buildings, including new, restructured, and restored projects. His professional interests have focused especially on enhancing the living functionality of interior spaces with a keen eye on human-environment psychological interactions, following themes and intuitions that have come to characterize his style and that find roots in his earlier academic experiences (press review). In the last few years he successfully designed tables, lighting, seating objects and complements for companies such as FRAG srl, Ronald Smith Co, Tische-Germany GmbH, Empresa srl, All Kit Softline surl, and Pietro Costantini sas. In 1992, with the chair Maiorca, and in 2000, with the chair Panarea, both by FRAG srl, he won the Top Ten of Promosedia Award. In 2007, with the chair Charm (Karma) by Pietro Costantini sas he won the Catas Award for the most innovative and reliable chair.