Piero Lissoni, Marc Krusin and Carlo Tamborini collaborated together to create the Sio2 collection with Glas Italia.
Piero Lissoni is an Italian architect, art director and designer born in 1956. Alongside Nicoletta Canesi, Lissoni formed the studio Lissoni Associati in 1986. Together they have collaborated with some of the top Italian and international furniture manufacturers. In 1996 they created Graph.x, to develop graphic projects. The studio consists of 70 employees and is comprised of architects, designers and graphic designers. The firm collaborates with a variety of producers including Cappellini, Cassina, Fritz Hansen, Glas Italia and Knoll International.
Marc Krusin is a contemporary designer, who has trained and collaborated with important designers of modern design. He worked in the studio of Fred Scott and George Snowden, then the office of Piero Lissoni and the group Codice 31. The designer now creates products for Knoll, such as the Krusin chairs, and the Anchor storage system.
Carlo Tamborini is an Italian designer, who initially started his career in design working as a freelancer in packaging design and display systems. He worked alongside an array of architecture studios, and in 1997 began collaborating with the Piero Lissoni studio in Milan, where he still obtains the role of Design Manager. In 1998 he co-founded the Codice 31 group. From 1999 onwards, he has been designing lights and interior furnishings for a variety of manufacturers including, Fontana Arte, Pallucco, Glas Italia, Coro, Artelano and ModoLuce.