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Alberto Werner Arter received his degree from the Venice University, Institute of Architecture in 1969. He has collaborated with the Laboratory of Arts and Costumes of Palazzo Grassi in Venice, developing his studies in the connection between architecture and photography. Afterwards he carried out for many years the position of professional architect and designer between Venice and Geneva. He contributes to numerous projects, including the office buildings and underground parking of Dupont-Nemour on the Geneva Lake. In 1971 he was selected at a competition of the Federal Government for project tasks. In 1975 he founded in Venice the work team ARTERCOM that is involved in the relationship between design and distribution. During this time he collaborated as a consultant and art-director of Department Store Companies. In 1990 he founded Studio Arter & Citton with Fabrizio Citton promoting the creation of the Laboratory D.MOD for Design and Contemporary Art.

Fabrizio Citton received his degree from the Venice University, Institute of Architecture in 1990. Besides architecture he devotes his time to interior design, visual selling and graphic design. In 1991 he was selected in the Competition “Design Management” sustained Gino Finizio. In 1990 he founded Studio Arter & Citton with Alberto Arter for architecture and design. In 1992 he was selected to represent Venice at the national design review “Proforme”. In the years that followed he has developed project methods and designs for medium and large distribution, and he has also become art-director for several companies in this field. In 1997 he became a founder of the Laboratory D.MOD for Design and Contemporary Art, and undertakes the responsibility for products, reviews and exhibitions. In 2000 he received a degree in Contemporary History at the University Cà Foscari in Venice. From 2001 he was involved with a number of projects and products of architecture and design, which were published in several specialized magazines and presented at different exhibitions.


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