Matté-Trucco, Giacomo (1869–1934). French-born Italian architect, remembered primarily for the Fiat Lingotto Factory, Turin (1914–26), a concrete structure in which influences from Futurism and Perret were discernable. A testing-track for cars was constructed on the roof.
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