He graduated in Architecture from the Politecnico di Milano.
Fabrizio Bianchetti mainly deals with industrial design, architecture, urban design and issues related to historical buildings chromatic recovery. In the field of industrial design he has worked with companies in different types maturing therefore experience in several productive sectors.
For architecture he designed for private clients creating residential projects, offices, factories, hotels ... and public buildings including schools, retirement homes, spa and wellness centers, museums and exhibition projects.
In the street furniture industry and the building colored façades we must remember the wide experience gained in the implementation of color plans in over 40 locations. There are also specific achievements in the design of several public squares, lakeside promenades and green areas.
He won several awards such as: ANPEL 1993 Riabita 2003 Vele d'Oro Expocon 2004 Quality Mark DfA (Design for All Italy), ADI Design Index 2012, Pools & Wellness -Barcelona 2015; Italian Pool Award 2016. His accomplishments were also selected at the XVI Triennale di Milano, Idea Design Award Casa Roma, ADI prize Tecnhotel Genoa, Design Council in London, the Museum of Contemporary Art La Jolla, MOCA Los Angeles, 19th Biennial of Ljubljana, Grandesign, Piemonte Torino Design.
Author of several books and essays on architecture; he was the editor, from 1987 to 2012, of the architectural international magazine "FRAMES" and technical journals "The COLORED ARCHITECTURE" and "MANUA". From 2010 to 2012 he was a lecturer at the environmental architecture Technical Laboratory of the Polytechnic of Milan. Member of the Territorial Observatory ADI INDEX for the years 2011, 2012 and 2016.
He graduated from the Milan Polytechnic in 2013 with a thesis entitled "On the track of the ancient walls: the project for a new library and student residence in Pavia".
During his studies he pays particular attention to the study of architectural building systems by attending numerous specialized courses dedicated to them. Member of the Order of Architects of the Provinces of Novara and VCO, he mainly deals with architecture and urban furniture.
In his professional activity he has participated in numerous public competitions for the realization of works that range in different fields: from museum design to scholastic planning, from the design of buildings for the community to the themes related to the recovery of historical artefacts. Among these he can boast the award, as a member of professional groupings, of the project for a new parking area in the former Gasometer in Verbania (VB), for the redevelopment of Piazza Vittorio Veneto in Massino Visconti (NO) and for Landscape redevelopment of the beaches of Verbania (VB). Between the competition projects are also mentioned for the redevelopment of Piazza Beltrami and via Tito Speri in Omegna (VB) and for the redevelopment of the lakefront Marconi in Arona (NO).
During his professional career he has also acquired specific concepts in the field of residential building design and in the subjects of sustainability.