“I do not produce any designs for marketing purposes. I develop things for myself. If I would not use this chair, that desk, this pepper mill myself, then I don't see the point in designing it”. This is what architect and designer Antonio Citterio once said about his designs. His furniture is marked by a timeless and therefore always modern straightforwardness paired with functionality. You can buy Antonio Citterio tables, sofas, armchairs and other furniture as well as accessories and lights in our online shop. These are the right choice if you are looking for high-quality designer pieces with a simple look. Although they are not very extravagant, they contribute to the stylish overall composition of a room. Thanks to their simplicity, the furniture and accessories seamlessly harmonise with the rest of the interior.
Antonio Citterio has made designs for renowned manufacturers, such as:
Some of his furniture has already become popular classics and is often part of a designer interior. But appearance isn’t everything with Antonio Citterio armchairs, tables, etc. Its functionality is a crucial aspect of his products. That his why his furniture impresses with comfort, suitability for everyday use and sustainability. Antonio Citterio furniture is durable, some of it is made from recycled materials and much of it is recyclable itself.
Famous pieces of furniture by the designer:
Sofa “Sity” for B&B Italia
Antonio Citterio office chair series for Vitra, Cooperation with Glen Oliver Löw
Container series “Mobil” made of extravagant, innovative plastic for Kartell
Antonio Citterio sofa with chaise lounge “Suita” for Vitra
Designs from tradition and passion
Antonio Citterio was born in 1950 in Meda, Italy where his passion for high quality furniture came from. His father ran a furniture workshop there and inspired his son to make his first prototypes of pieces of furniture when he was just a teenager. Later on, Antonio Citterio studied architecture and then opened up his own office in Lissone. His career began with interior design and larger projects, such as the showroom for B&B Italia and the Esprit branches in Milan, Amsterdam and Antwerp.Since 1999, he has been focused on the areas of architecture, industry and graphic design in his Milan office “Antonio Citterio and Partners”.