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The trio of Piero Gatti (Turin, 1940-2017), Cesare Paolini (Genoa, 1937-1983) and Franco Teodoro (Turin, 1939-2005) have been working together since 1965 in various fields of design, including architecture, furniture, industrial design, urban design, product image and development, and graphics.

Their work has been reviewed and reported in Italian and foreign specialist magazines and publications. It has also been featured in volumes dedicated to architecture and design. They have taken part in competitions, exhibitions, and events in Italy and abroad. Their most famous project is the “Sacco” armchair, produced by Zanotta in 1968/1969, which has become a symbol of Italian design.