Fabrizio Citton

Architect Venice / Italy

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Fabrizio Citton
Fabrizio Citton graduated in Architecture from the University of Venice in 1990. Besides architecture, he is also interested in interior design, visual selling, graphics and design. In 1991 he ranked among the first at the Design Management contest. In 1990 he created the studio Arter & Citton with Alberto Arter. At the national design exhibit “Proforme” in 1992, he was chosen to represent the city of Venice. Over the years he studied project methodologies and projects for the large and medium-scale distribution becoming art director for various companies of the sector. In 1997 he was among the founders of the D.MOD design and contemporary art laboratory and became the head of the product and exhibition area. In 2000 he graduated in Contemporary history from the University Cà Foscari in Venice. He has worked on several architecture and design projects and products since 2001 and most of his work appeared in several specialized magazines and in exhibitions.
Fabrizio Citton
Fabrizio Citton
  • Address Via Roma 48, 30172 Venice | Italy
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Fabrizio Citton graduated in Architecture from the University of Venice in 1990. Besides architecture, he is also interested in interior design, visual selling, graphics and design. In 1991 he ranked among the first at the Design Management contest. In 1990 he created the studio Arter & Citton with Alberto Arter. At the national design exhibit “Proforme” in 1992, he was chosen to represent the city of Venice. Over the years he studied project methodologies and projects for the large and medium-scale distribution becoming art director for various companies of the sector. In 1997 he was among the founders of the D.MOD design and contemporary art laboratory and became the head of the product and exhibition area. In 2000 he graduated in Contemporary history from the University Cà Foscari in Venice. He has worked on several architecture and design projects and products since 2001 and most of his work appeared in several specialized magazines and in exhibitions.