Antonio Perazzi studied at Milan Polytechnic and then at Kew Royal Botanical Gardens in London. In 1998, he opened an office specialising in garden design and landscape architecture, with which he has worked both directly and flanking other offices, such as those of Michele de Lucchi, Ettore Sottsass, Antonio Citterio, Franco Zagari, Park Associati, OBR, Tekne and many others. In addition to Italy, he has worked in France, Russia, India, Austria, Canada, the USA, China, Kuwait and Morocco. His more significant projects include the public parks in via Brisa and via Ovada in Milan, the aromatic garden on the Terrace at the Milan Triennale, the Amagioia Garden at the Palazzo Varignana Resort, which belongs to the circuit of the Great Italian Gardens, the public spaces in the Kaylan Mart complex in Jaipur and landscape consultancy for the Turin to Lyon railway line. He has lectured at Milan Polytechnic, held workshops in numerous faculties in Italy and other countries and published Contro il Giardino with Pia Pera (2007) and Foraverde (2013). In 2009, he was selected as one of the best 50 landscape architects in the book Avant Gardeners: 50 Visionaries of the Contemporary Landscape.