1970s Iolanda Lima's
works of architecture in Palermo

Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995




In the 1990s, Antonino Cardillo studied under the guidance of professor Iolanda Lima at the University of Palermo. During this period, he also experienced and photographed the 1970s Lima’s works of architecture. Selected contents of this material are presented below.


1971. Lima Miceli Studio House


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima Miceli's studio house in Via Arimondi, Palermo, Italy, 1971. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima Miceli's studio house in Via Arimondi, Palermo, Italy, 1971. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima Miceli's studio house in Via Arimondi, Palermo, Italy, 1971. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima Miceli's studio house in Via Arimondi, Palermo, Italy, 1971. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima's studio house in Via Arimondi, Palermo, Italy, 1971. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima Miceli's studio house in Via Arimondi, Palermo, Italy, 1971. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima Miceli's studio house in Via Arimondi, Palermo, Italy, 1971. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.

Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima Miceli Studio House, Via Arimondi, Palermo, Italy, 1971. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.




1974. La Scuderia Restaurant


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, La Scuderia Restaurant, Palermo, Italy, 1974-1978. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, La Scuderia Restaurant, Palermo, Italy, 1974-1978. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.

Antonietta Iolanda Lima, La Scuderia Restaurant, Viale del Fante, Palermo, Italy, 1974-1978. Second photo by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.




1973. Viaggeria Vitale


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Apartment in Via Ariosto, Palermo, Italy, 1975. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.

Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Viaggeria Vitale Store, Via Notarbartolo, Palermo, Italy, 1973.




1975. Miceli Winehouse


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Miceli Winehouse, Palermo, Italy, 1975. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Miceli Winehouse, Palermo, Italy, 1975. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.

Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Miceli Winehouse, Via Streva, Palermo, Italy, 1975. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.




1978. Apartment


Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Apartment in Via Ariosto, Palermo, Italy, 1975. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.

Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Apartment, Via Ariosto, Palermo, Italy, 1978. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.




1979-1982. Lima Miceli Villa


Antonietta Iolanda Lima,  Lima Miceli's villa at Fondo Anfossi , Palermo, Italy, 1979-1982. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima,  Lima Miceli's villa at Fondo Anfossi , Palermo, Italy, 1979-1982. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima,  Lima Miceli's villa at Fondo Anfossi , Palermo, Italy, 1979-1982. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima,  Lima Miceli's villa at Fondo Anfossi , Palermo, Italy, 1979-1982. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


Antonietta Iolanda Lima,  Lima Miceli's villa at Fondo Anfossi , Palermo, Italy, 1979-1982. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.

Antonietta Iolanda Lima, Lima Miceli Villa, Fondo Anfossi, Palermo, Italy, 1979-1982. Photography by Antonino Cardillo, 1995.


“I think that architecture should speak to people. It has succeeded when every single person manages to live within the space that it creates in complete ease. People use the space, they feel that they can attribute values to it. They even discover things they did not know and question others, they themselves become subject to scrutiny and their own individual experiences gradually cause them to become aware of what space is and to experience its physicality and irrationality. They thus become aware of its meaning through the use, on separate occasions or contemporaneously, of highly communicative objects, loaded with meanings, with an enormous, even astounding power (as Raymon Carver said when talking of the capacity language must possess when describing common things). In embodying the function which merely provides the raison d’être, they make it desirable. Through a hardly won experimentation, architect expresses the people’s needs artistically.”

— Antonietta Iolanda Lima, 1995.


ANTONIETTA IOLANDA LIMA
“architetture / architectures”
L’Architettura - cronache e storia, no.499-500, Rome, 1995, p.228-241.