Founding Principal, SITIO architecture + urbanism
Antonio Fiol-Silva is a nationally recognized leader in sustainable planning and design, and the Founding Principal of SITIO architecture + urbanism. His cross-disciplinary work has garnered numerous awards and recognition, that include: a ULI Global Award of Excellence for the SteelStacks Art and Cultural Campus; an AIA National Urban Design Award for the US House of Representatives Office Buildings & South Capitol Area Plan in Washington, DC; a U.S. Green Building Council’s GreenSource Magazine Cover Feature in the for the Charlottesville Downtown Transit and Visitor; and a USGBC Project of the Year Award for Paseo Verde, the nation’s first LEED ND Platinum Certified project. His high-profile leadership was recently recognized by a Hispanic Professional of the Year Award by the GPHCC.
Antonio serves as a Faculty and National Advisory Board member of the joint NLC/ULI Rose Center for Public Leadership, and lectures widely on urban development. He has been District Council Chair of ULI Philadelphia, President of AIA Philadelphia, and President of the Center for Architecture + Design (CFA+D). He has served as Commissioner of the Delaware River Port Authority, and the Philadelphia Historical Commission, and is a board member of the Central Philadelphia Development Corporation. Antonio has a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University and was a Fulbright Fellow in Barcelona, Spain.