ARKIMERA is an Italian architectural and design firm led by architects Davide Paolini and Francesco Della Valle. They founded the agency in 2009, and at the end of the year is published on AD Architectural Digest the draft 49x6 apartment in Riccione (Italy), designed with nautical design criteria. In 2011 they participated for the first time at the Salone Satellite in Milan, winning the jury mention for the "Ámbito" prototype. During the same year they also won the Open Design Selected mention, and the "Orecchia" project, a headboard for children, is selected from the New InTalent contest to put into production by Modula, a laboratory quality network CORIAN . For the same company the collection of tables NONTONDO family is designed and put into production after being presented to Fuorisalone2012 in Milan. In 2012, after a year of research and an international patent, they present the new SESAMO collection for Antoniolupi at Cersaie (Bologna): The first collection of accessories for bathrooms that can completely disappear. During the same year, at the Salone Satellite in Milan, they present the first prototype of a new type of furniture created to improve the living spaces "LAYOUT". From this project they will develop the collection ISOLAGIORNO by FARM Srl. From 2013 Davide Paolini is the author and host of the dedicated to the new generation of designers " DESIGN 2.0 " broadcast on Leonardo TV channel.