Cardillo

The making of Rome's Off Club

Cardillo's talk at RCA
London, 22 Jan 2019



Royal College of Art

RCA School of Architecture


On behalf of the students of the RCA School of Architecture Interior Design Programme, Yara Boulos and Riccardo Rizzetto invite Cardillo to talk as part of the talk series Inside/Out.


Inside/Out Series of Talks Interior Design

This series of talks feature international architects, designers, curators and writers who will discuss their own practice and dissect the role of interior design. Previous Speakers: Harry Nuriev, India Mahdavi, Robert Storey, Ricardo Flores (Flores y Prats), Katherine Skellon, Martin Ebert, Tyen Masten, Graeme Brooker, Steve Jensen, Jenny Jones, Charles Kaisin, Max Kahlen, Dorothée Meilichzon, Melhem Sfeir, Gatti Routh Rhodes, Andrew Stevens, Roberto Feo, Matali Crasset, Dejan Sudjic, Christophe Egret, Alannah Cochrane, Ben Kelly, Petra Blaisse, Dinah Casson, Mark Dytham (architect) Marcus Fairs (journalist), Jamie Fobert, Morag Myerscough, Konstantin Grcic, Edward Jones, Sir Richard Rogers, Luis Laplace, William Russell, Fred Scott, Annabelle Selldorf, Penny Sparke (writer), Ben van Berkel, Ab Rogers, Jason Bruges.



LONDON, UK — Lecture Theatre 1, RCA School of Architecture


Antonino Cardillo at the Lecture Theatre 1, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore.

Antonino Cardillo at the Lecture Theatre 1. Photography by Riccardo Rizzetto.



Continuing the investigation of Primordial Images (See Jung, 1921) begun with House of Dust, under one raw gold ceiling, architect Antonino Cardillo reunites the cinema of Kubrick and De Palma, Grand Theft Auto, Miami Art Deco District, psychedelic soul music, the Escher’s perspectives, Byzantine iconostases, and Japanese folding screens.


Poster for the Cardillo's talk ‘The making of Rome's Off Club’ as part of the Royal College of Art’s Inside/Out series of talks.

Poster for the Cardillo's talk at RCA.






ANTONINO CARDILLO
“The making of Rome's Off Club”
Guest lecture as part of the talk series Inside/Out, London, Royal College of Art, 22 Jan 2019.