A Roman theatre of light

Felix Mara, [editorial], Architects’ Journal Specification, London, 


Architects’ Journal Specification

Architects’ Journal Specification


Editorial

By Felix Mara


Our other case studies, however —⁠ ⁠both of which are located overseas —⁠ ⁠are more singular essays in design as theatre. […] Second, an apartment interior in Rome’s Via Veneto, glamorised by Fellini’s La Dolce Vita, the House of Dust serves as an ideal springboard for fanciful lighting effects and architectural narrative —⁠ ⁠its designer Antonino Cardillo does not disappoint. [p. 4]


Antonino Cardillo, House of Dust, Rome, 2013, in Architects’ Journal Specification, Oct. 2013, cover magazine. Photography: Antonino Cardillo / Art director: Tom Carpenter

Antonino Cardillo, House of Dust, Rome, 2013, in Architects’ Journal Specification, Oct. 2013, cover magazine. Photography: Antonino Cardillo / Art director: Tom Carpenter


Source

Antonino Cardillo, ‘House of Dust, Rome by Antonino Cardillo Architect’, Architects’ Journal Specification, London, Oct. 2013, pp. 50‑55. ‘House of Dust, Rome by Antonino Cardillo Architect’, architectsjournal.co.uk, London, 28 Oct. 2013.

Felix Mara, ‘A Roman theatre of light’, Architects’ Journal Specification, London, Oct. 2013, p. 4, cover.