Antonio Citterio



 
Portrait of Antonio Citterio Antonio Citterio (* born 1950 in Meda/Italy), studied architecture at the Milan Polytechnic. In 1972 he began work as a designer and consultant in the field of industrial design, before joining Terry Dwan as a partner at Studio Citterio/Dwan. From 1990-92 he held a teaching position at the Domus Academy in Milan and was an external examiner for the Furniture Design course at the Royal College of London from 1993-95. Together with Patricia Viel, he founded the multidisciplinary office Antonio Citterio and Partners in Milan in 1999, and from 1999 to 2002 he also taught on the architectural faculty at the Università della Svizzera Italiana. He resumed a position on the faculty of this university in 2006. In addition to designing furniture classics such as Spoon and Gastone for Kartell or the Oson and Visaroll chair series for Vitra, Antonio Citterio also designed the manufacturing and administration complex for Vitra in Neuenburg, Germany.

Lounge Chair Grand Repos
ID Soft Black Special
Offer
ID Mesh
Lounge Chair Grand Repos Winter Edition
Special Edition
Unix Chair with four star base
Mobil
Spoon
ID Air
Gastone
ID Soft
Lounge Chair Repos
Battista
AC 4
ID Trim Conference
ID Trim
Unix Chair with five star base
ID Trim L
Spoon Chair
Visavis 2
Visaroll 2
Unix Chair with four-legged base on castors

Antonio Citterio


Antonio Citterio (* born 1950 in Meda/Italy), studied architecture at the Milan Polytechnic. In 1972 he began work as a designer and consultant in the field of industrial design, before joining Terry Dwan as a partner at Studio Citterio/Dwan. From 1990-92 he held a teaching position at the Domus Academy in Milan and was an external examiner for the Furniture Design course at the Royal College of London from 1993-95. Together with Patricia Viel, he founded the multidisciplinary office Antonio Citterio and Partners in Milan in 1999, and from 1999 to 2002 he also taught on the architectural faculty at the Università della Svizzera Italiana. He resumed a position on the faculty of this university in 2006. In addition to designing furniture classics such as Spoon and Gastone for Kartell or the Oson and Visaroll chair series for Vitra, Antonio Citterio also designed the manufacturing and administration complex for Vitra in Neuenburg, Germany.


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(smow) blog compact: To work sitting or standing, that is the question....

...04 Counter chairs from Maarten van Severen or the Nelson Perch with new products from Antonio Citterio including the Pivot High Stool and Pivot Counter Stool, and which Vitra extended at the recent Milan furniture fair with the Zeb Stool by Barber Osgerby... And so because where such companies lead others inevitably follow we fully expect that Orgatec 2014 will see numerous further producers unveil their solutions for working standing up, in addition of course to new developments in the Vitra systems, for as Antonio Citterio told us in 2012, "I like to work on products that are developed over time...

(smow) blog 2013. A pictorial review: February

IMM Cologne kept us busy into February, but the month also saw the opening of an Eileen Gray retrospective in Paris, a visit to the Louis Kahn exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum and the sad passing of James Irvine....

Orgatec 2012 Interview: Antonio Citterio "I like to work on products that are developed over time. I don't like to work just for the moment"

...One designer who has done more than most to establish Vitra's reputation in the office furniture sector is without question Antonio Citterio... Since his first collaborations with the company in the late 1980s Antonio Citterio has worked with Vitra on numerous key projects including the Ad Hoc system, the AC and ID office chair systems and most recently the Grand Repos lounge chair...

(smow)offline: Moleskine Hand of the Designer

...Containing 462 hand drawn sketches from 150 designers - including Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Hella Jongerius, Antonio Citterio or Alberto Meda - Hand of the Designer is intended as an intimate look into the creative process of the designer, and as a celebration of the everlasting power of free hand sketching, even in the AutoCAD®  era...

smow offline: Project Vitra and the art of good reading

...In the intervening 50+ years Vitra have worked with designers as varied and individual as Jean Prouvé, Jasper Morrison, Antonio Citterio and Verner Panton...


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