Antonio Pio Saracino

A renowned leader in Italian design, Antonio Pio Saracino is an architect of Apulian origins, currently living in NYC. His works have been installed and published all over the world.

In his creative work, Saracino synthesizes the relationship between architecture, public art and industrial design. Through the parametric approach applied to organic essentialism, Saracino creates visually unstable objects which at the same time maintain internal solidity. Saracino’s works draw life from the use of new technologies, sustainability principles and creative thinking.

When working with Lamberti, he pours his decomposed art on aluminum and re-thinks objects of common use with the evolutionary logic of structures belonging to astrophysics.

He has won several design contests and he has temporary and permanent installations around the world.

Publications: Interior Design, New York Magazine, l’Espresso, La Repubblica, AD, Dwell, Cose di Casa, DesignBoom, The New York Times, Elle Decor, Interni.