Cristian Cirici (b. 1941) Spanish architect and designer. He was born in Barcelona, Spain.
He studied at Esceula Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Barcelona until 1965.
Between 1962-65, he worked in the office of architects Frederic Correa and Alfonso Mila and, in 1962, in the office of architects James Cubitt and Partners, London. In 1964 (with Pep Bonet, Lluis Clotet, and Oscar Tusquets Blanca), he founded Studio PER.
Between 1975—78, Cirici was a design professor at Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura. In 1981, he was visiting professor at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri and, in 1983, at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Between 1974—77, was the director of cultural activities at Colegio de Arquitectos de Catalufia y Baleares.
1980-82, was president of ADI/FAD. His Work included 1986 hardware-fitting, 1986 Armariu cabinet, and 1986 audio stand, all by B.d Ediciones de Disefo.
In 1965, 1970 and 1972, he received the Premio FAD de Interiorismo and the 1980 Premio Nacional de Restauración.
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