After studying architecture at the Polytechnic faculty of Turin, Luca Prata developed his culture in a logistics company in the area, perhaps to actively test what he already had in store for his future business. Being convinced that the use of working methods could help the human being to produce better and with less effort, he wanted to apply it in the factory where he worked, always drawing positive results to develop and analyze. In 2012 he retired from a slightly retrograde factory that left no room for him, putting himself on the line.
Andrea Dotta, student at the Art Academy in Turin, Italy, was taking lessons in design and contemporary art, but he soon understood that self-discipline could give him more than the rigid and archaic school methods of the Italian university. In 2014 he met Luca Prata at a training meeting that he had decided to open, through a simple web announcement.
In the announcement of September 02, 2014, we read:
“We are looking for people motivated to do something, motivated to change the world.”
The words of Luca Prata during an interview made by “Il Corriere”, reported:
“20 people answered immediately, 10 showed up the first time, 5 the second and 3 the third time; it was not a great success but on the other hand it is known that in Italy when there is a need to get your hands dirty there are always many good intentions and few people who would really do it.”