Paolo Pallucco (b. 1952) Italian architect, furniture designer & Manufacturer

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Paolo Pallucco (b.1950) is an Italian designer. He was born and active in Lissone.

In 1980, he founded Pallucco, which produced new designs by himself and others (including Simon) and reissued Modern classics. In 1984, he founded Pallucco Design, where his work was managed separately. He designed the 1984 Fra Dolcino shelving; collaborated on various furniture pieces with Mareille Rivier, including the 1987 Tankette table mimicked tank treads produced in 1984.

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