Franco Teodoro

Franco Teodoro is an architect born in Turin in 1939. From an early age, Teodoro distinguished himself from his peers for his creativity and his ability to see things outside the box.

Franco Teodoro

Franco Teodoro

These two characteristics were of great help to him during the course of his career. Indeed, after finally finishing his studies, he continued his career working as an architect and as a designer, being engaged in various projects that required most of his time.

He was successful when, living and working in Turin, he managed to get in touch with two other talented young people who carried out his same profession. Thanks to the meeting with Cesare Paolini e De Piero Gatti, Franco Teodoro managed to impress several companies of the time that commissioned works of various kinds from the trio.

In particular, during the sixties and the following seventies he was involved in carrying out works that included aspects inherent to the architectural and interior design sectors. Franco Teodoro contributed significantly to what can be defined as an interior design masterpiece, namely the Sacco armchair.

The fundamental commitment of the architect was amply repaid, given that the Sacco armchair was and is still exhibited today in museums and events dedicated to the wonders of interior design.

Franco Teodoro's fame expanded over the years not only nationally but also internationally and the architect was commissioned to work by foreign clients who focused heavily on the designer's inspiration.

Franco Teodoro died at the age of 66, after having spent his life designing design masterpieces.