Antonio Pace was born in Rome in 1968. In 1995, he graduated in visual communication, specialising in graphic design, from the HfG Offenbach University for Art and Design in the area of Frankfurt-am-Main. In 1996, he opened the Antonio Pace grafikdesign firm in Frankfurt and in 1999 started collaborating with Linotype in designing printing types. Between 1995 and 2000 he worked at the development of Linotype Gianotten, a typeface family inspired by Bodoni’s style of type, designed on the basis of the original types preserved in the Bodoni Museum in Parma. Between 1998 and 2008 he founded AReA Deutschland, a branch of international network AReA Strategic Design (Frankfurt), which then partnered with the Inarea network, specialising in corporate branding. Between 1998 and 2004 he worked at a number of corporate, brand identity and corporate communication projects, for, among others, Bosch Telekom, Aventis Pharma, the State and Government of Hesse (Germany), the local authority of Frankfurt, the Association of Electricity Producers in Germany (VWEW) and many more besides.
From 2000, and until 2012, he completed numerous corporate type design projects, as the partner and collaborator of Inarea, for the local authority of Milan, Sapienza University in Rome, Roma Capitale, Atac, Eni, Aci and Ac Milan. From 2008 to 2014 he collaborated with Inarea in brand identity projects, including Acea, Mumex, Adn Kronos, Gemelli, Civita. In parallel with his professional activities he also held lectures at universities, institutions and conferences, including HfG Karlsruhe (University of Art and Design), HTW Berlin (Berlin Polytechnic), Deutscher Designer Club Frankfurt (a designer association of Frankfurt), Il salotto buono (Juliane von Herz Art Advisory, Frankfurt), Aiap Milano, Sapienza University in Rome, the Coni Sports School.