The objects that surround human life, even the most trivial, exist to perform specific tasks. Sometimes they have compound names that explain how to use them. In the house of the Italian designer Vito Nesta, for example, the buttons are used to eat pasta, thimbles for planting flowers, springs to sit while sprockets to bring candles. Vito Nesta is careful interpreter of the most intimate sense of the art of design: to conceive of objects in an aesthetic and a utility. The creations of a colorful collection ” Tailoring ” reveal all the passion for art, evoke memories of childhood, and grandma`s objects.