Antonio Citterio was born in Meda, Italy in 1950, opened his own design studio in 1972, and received a degree in architecture from Milan's Polytechnic University in 1975. From 1987 to 1996 he worked with Terry Dwan and together they designed offices in Europe and Japan. In 1999 "Antonio Citterio and Partners" was founded as a multidisciplinary design studio for architecture, industrial design and graphics; founding partners were Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel.
|Suita Club Chair||27.56" H x 29.33" W x 28.74" D||Unavailable|
|Suita Ottoman||18.5" H x 39.76" W x 31.89" D||Unavailable|
|Suita Sofa Love Pillow||15.75" H x 15.75" W||Unavailable|
|Suita Sofa Geometric Pillow||15.75" H x 23.62" W||Unavailable|
|Suita Sofa Snake Pillow||23.62" H x 23.62" W||Unavailable|
|Suita Sofa Square Diamonds Pillow||31.5" H x 23.62" W||Unavailable|
|Suita Sofa Retrospective Repeat Pillow||31.5" H x 23.62" W||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Accent Chairs|
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