The reflecting effect thus combines with a matt tone, providing an extravagant contrast.
On the first pages, made of fine Swedish Munken Paper between grass-green endpaper, you will find a wonderful story featuring Bauhaus-legend Walter Gropius and Rosenthals founder Philip Rosenthal, as well as a pig. The plot: a lost bet between Rosenthal and Gropius leads to a design that's absolutely unique in the architects oevre. The familiar Bauhaus style is applied to a pigsty for Rosenthals domestic pig RORO.
With Rosenthals death the design had been forgotten, until it was realized by the Frankfurt-based architects of unique assemblage 40 years laters. Palazzo RORO is the perfect occasion to design both a unique porcelain collection as well as an exclusive notebook - now available for example at Berlins KaDeWe. It's obvious: extraordinary stories belong into extraordinary books.