Fabrizio is the Global Designing Cities Initiative Director of Design. He oversees the street design work across the various programs and regions at GDCI.
Fabrizio joined the team in 2015, where he led projects and activities under the BIGRS program in Latin America. He is one of the core authors of the Global Street Design Guide and brings to the team 12+ years of experience as an urban designer and planner with a focus on safe and sustainable mobility, street and public space design.
Before joining GDCI he worked in two nationally and internationally recognized practices based in Paris, France where he addressed sustainability and mobility issues in transit-oriented developments and eco-districts in Europe, North Africa, Middle East and South-East Asia. He’s a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley Master of Urban Design and the Paris School of Planning (EUP) Master of City and Regional Planning.
Fabrizio is passionate about cities and curious about developing ways for making them more livable, inclusive, and sustainable. He is Italian, born and raised near Milan, and has lived in Paris, Montreal, Valencia, and San Francisco.