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Antonio Pio Saracino was born in Italy, he works in New York City and Italy. Saracino, an Italian Architect, received his Master Degree cum laude at the University of Architecture La Sapienza' in Rome, where he worked as an assistant professor of Architectural Design. His work has been awarded and published internationally. Saracino has won several international art, architecture and design awards, including an American Architecture Award in 2007 from the Chicago Museum of Architecture and four 'Future Furniture Awards' by Interior Design Magazine. Artworks and designs by Saracino have been exhibited in galleries and Museums in cities worldwide, including Rome, New York, DC, Brussels, London, Moscow, Cordoba and Sydney. In 2010, Saracino designed the trophy for 2010 Formula One and Moto GP World Championship. In 2011 he presents a monument in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cordoba Argentina.