“Uma is a product of design. Its shape doesn't come from an informal gesture of a pencil, but from long and complex calculations by hand and not computer aided: the development lines were born from my yen for form and the exact dimension defined by fractal formulas. Uma doesn't refer to Kill Bill's actress, whom I happen to like very much, but from a Sanskrit word that means shining”.
We like the search for the new. Among other things, because there are no given rules, but infinite possibilities for charismatic ideas.