War and Peace: in the pages of this Sedicesimo you’ll find many little toy soldiers (they all look exactly the same) and a series of characters taken from a possible peace demonstration (families, nuns, Buddhist monks... all different from each other, colourful and disordered...). You may cut out the figures and fold the flap on their bottom: children and adults have thus the possibility to decide to create an army or a peace demonstration (or maybe, both of them). What matters is to instil a doubt, the possibility of making choice, a personal reflection about htese themes. Following the multifaceted spirit of variety of Un Sedicesimo, this project faces diversity in total autonomy from the designer’s point of view, without remarks, observations nor debates. Giulio Iacchetti has been an industrial designer since 1992. He also carries out an intense didactic work for several universities and design schools, in Italy and abroad. He curated several projects for many companies such as Bialetti, Coop, Ferrero, Guzzini, Martini, Mandarina Duck, Sambonet, Pandora Design, Thonet Vienna. He was awarded a number of international prizes, among which the Compasso d’Oro ADI in 2001 with Matteo Ragni for the disposable fork Moscardino, now part of the permanent design exhibition at the MoMA in New York. For Corraini Edizioni he edited the book Italianità, a collection of trademarks and “legendary” objects that created the “visual conscience” of Italy from a graphic and emotional point of view at the same time.