Anna Sutor graduated from the IUAV Faculty of Architecture in Venice in 1998. After completing a Masters degree at the Architectural Association in London she worked for Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam and later for Norman Foster again in London.
She currently lives and works in Milan predominantly as an illustrator, with particular focus on the drawing of cities in their multifold environments.
Her projects span between different layers of space design: from the pure architecture project through the design of a single room and its furnishings to conceiving its surfaces, whether walls, tables ceilings, floors. The creation of a pattern, or of surreal settings applies to wallpapers, furniture, carpets with no limits to their transformation. But only when this brings value to its the context.
Anna has lived and worked in Venice, Paris, London, Rotterdam, Milan, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, collecting and distilling suggestions, details and atmospheres which she transfers and translates into images and visual projects.
Her illustrations have been published in newspapers, magazines, books furnishings and wallpapers in Europe, North America and Brasil. She has been recognised by the New York Society of Illustrators and the Italian Association of Illustrators. The Creative Quarterly review designated her one of the New visual artists of 2012.
Her clients include Sanpellegrino, Toyota, Saatchi & Saatchi, Triennale Milano, Il Sole 24 Ore, Mondadori, RCS, Rusconi – Hachette, Cairo editore, Zanichelli.