Antonio Pio Saracino is an Italian-born architect and designer, living and working in New York and Italy. In 2003, Saracino graduated cum laude with a Master’s Degree in Architecture at ‘La Sapienza’ University of Architecture in Rome. He has received many international award among which the American Architecture Award in 2007 by the Chicago Museum of Architecture, a four-time winner of the Future Furniture design competition sponsored by Interior Design magazine, New York. His projects have received extensive coverage internationally in the media among which the New York Times, Architectural Digest, Vogue, Dwell. He was also named one of the world’s 25 most interesting trendsetters by ARTnews magazine, New York.

Saracino’s designs and work have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Rome, Venice, Trieste, Brussels, London, Athens, Moscow, Cordoba, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, New York, Washington and Sydney. He has been recognized as one of the Top Ten Italian Architects under 36-years old by the New Italian Blood award. In 2011 his work was presented in the 54th edition of the Venice Biennale. His design work has been acquired in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Art and Design both in New York City.