Franco Campo and Carlo Graffi met in Turin, Italy, in 1950. Their teak furniture is known for its organic curves and Scandinavian influences. In 1956, Campo and Graffi opened their atelier Home. Influenced by Carlo Mollino, their style became more rigid and sculptural, emphasising the construction of their forms. The factory was destroyed in a fire in 1964, ending the collaboration between them, but they left a long-lasting legacy.
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