Gianfranco Frattini. Space as a continuum, the beauty of precision.
Author: Gaia De Santis
Illustration: Maurizio Faleschini
There are people who are lucky enough to have a vision in life. A theoretical vision, a philosophy, a concept: call it what you will, but ultimately it boils down to a way of seeing things. A clear viewpoint, an idea that they espouse and advocate, with the intention of doing their bit to take care of the world. To have a clear vision, to establish one, to be one of history’s milestones, at least in one area of human evolution, is a privilege. It means ploughing a furrow, leaving a mark on the world, creating something that will always be meaningful and memorable. It probably becomes a mission, even to the point of obsession, but it will undoubtedly mean succeeding in giving something to others.