Cardillo

Exhibitions


Bauhaus DIA

DESSAU, Germany — 13 November 2019

On behalf of the Hochschule Anhalt’s Dessau Institute of Architecture (DIA), Professor Johannes Kister invited Cardillo to talk as part of the series of lectures Dessauer Gespräche.


A synchronicity of cultures and civilisations

In diesem Wintersemester haben wir den ‚Italienischen Sommer‘ zu Gast bei den Dessauer Gesprächen. Beginn ist am 13. November mit einem Vortrag des sizilianischen Architekten Antonino Cardillo über ‚A synchronicity of cultures and civilisations‘. — Johannes Kister

Hochschule Anhalt, Dessau Campus, Hörsaal Gebäude 08.

Hochschule Anhalt, Dessau Campus, Hörsaal Gebäude 08.


Istituto Luce Cinecittà

ROME, Italy — 11 May 2019

On behalf of Istituto Luce Cinecittà, Diego Grammatico and Giovanna Marinelli invited Cardillo to talk as part of Rome Video Game Lab.


From Zak McKracken to House of Dust

In video games, architecture is so powerful that it even distorts the idea that the user has of reality.

Antonino Cardillo, Da Zak McKracken ad House of Dust, Rome Video Game Lab, ed. Diego Grammatico and Giovanna Marinelli, Istituto Luce Cinecittà, Rome, Teatro 11. Photography: Danilo Balducci

Antonino Cardillo, ‘Da Zak McKracken ad House of Dust’, paper presented to the Rome Video Game Lab, Istituto Luce Cinecittà, Theatre 11, Rome. Photography: Danilo Balducci


Royal College of Art

LONDON, UK — 22 January 2019

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


The making of Rome’s Off Club

Vision. The intuitive function: from the psychical subject to the physical object
Construction. Language as the House of Being: toward an etymology of architectural words
Individuation. The afterward detection: the temple inside the sacred enclosure

Antonino Cardillo, The making of Rome’s Off Club, Inside/Out, Royal College of Art, South Kensington, Lecture Theatre 1, London. Photography: Riccardo Rizzetto

Antonino Cardillo, ‘The making of Rome’s Off Club’, paper presented to the Inside/Out, Royal College of Art, South Kensington, Lecture Theatre 1, London. Photography: Riccardo Rizzetto


Mitte/Rand Salon

BERLIN, Germany — 21 November 2017

By invitation of Stephan Burkoff and Jeanette Kunsmann, Tim Berge interviewed Cardillo.


Mitte/Rand Salon 01 mit Antonino Cardillo

Antonino Cardillo ist ein Architekt mit außergewöhnlichem Werdegang und nicht weniger kontroversen Positionen. Über seine Arbeit spannt sich ein Nebel, der Vergangenheit und Gegenwart, Wahrheit und Illusion verschwimmen lässt. Am Dienstag, dem 21.11.2017, sprach Tim Berge beim ersten Mitte/Rand Salon in die Marienstraße mit Antonino über seine Anfänge, seine Haltung zur Antike und die Sexualität der Architektur. — Mitte/Rand

Tim Berge with Antonino Cardillo, Mitte/Rand Salon, Marienstraße 10, Berlin. Photography: Markus Hieke

Tim Berge with Antonino Cardillo, Mitte/Rand Salon, Marienstraße 10, Berlin. Photography: Markus Hieke


Station Berlin

BERLIN, Germany — 23 November 2017

Cardillo was keynote speaker of the Heinze ArchitekTOUR Kongress.


Vaults, grottoes, arches, and polychromy

Language is the house of Being, in its home man dwells. Those who think and those who create with words are the guardians of this home. — Martin Heidegger

Antonino Cardillo, Vaults, grottoes, arches and polychromy, Heinze ArchitekTOUR Kongress, STATION-Berlin, Hall 3, Berlin. Photography: Marcus Jacobs

Antonino Cardillo, ‘Vaults, grottoes, arches and polychromy’, paper presented to the Heinze ArchitekTOUR Kongress, STATION-Berlin, Hall 3, Berlin. Photography: Marcus Jacobs


Palazzo dell’Arte

MILAN, Italy — 2 April–12 September 2016

By invitation of the curator Beppe Finessi, Cardillo showcased his work at the XXI Triennale: through a selection of 50 works the exhibition Stanze: Altre Filosofie dell’Abitare presented a history of Italian interior design from the 1920s to the present day.


House of Dust

Extremely beautiful metaphysical spaces, rooms that seem to speak of layer upon layer of memories, colour palettes never before seen in interior architecture: a new author who has carved out a place entirely his own in the history of this discipline within just a few years. — Beppe Finessi

Beppe Finessi, ‘Antonino Cardillo, 2013: casa “House of Dust”, Roma’, Stanze: Altre Filosofie dell’Abitare [exhibition], XXI Triennale, Palazzo dell’Arte, Milan. Photography: Cristoforo Anile

Beppe Finessi, ‘Antonino Cardillo, 2013: casa “House of Dust”, Roma’, Stanze: Altre Filosofie dell’Abitare [exhibition], XXI Triennale, Palazzo dell’Arte, Milan. Photography: Cristoforo Anile


Deutsche Architekturmuseum

FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Germany — 1 December 2015

By invitation of Chris Dähne, Frederike Lausch and Bettina Rudhof, Cardillo talked as part of the talk series Constructed Realities. Guest lecture: Professor Carolin Höfler.


Faked Reality. Die Traumhäuser von Antonino Cardillo

Der Vortrag widmet sich den digitalen Bildern von Cardillo unter der um- fassenden Perspektive einer Zusammenschau von Bild, Modell und Wirklichkeit und reflektiert seine Entwürfe als global visuals. — Carolin Höfler

Carolin Höfler, Die Traumhäuser von Antonino Cardillo, paper presented to the Constructed Realities, ed. Chris Dähne, Frederike Lausch and Bettina Rudhof, Frankfurt am Main, Goethe–Universität / Deutsche Architekturmuseum. Photography: Antonino Cardillo

Carolin Höfler, ‘Die Traumhäuser von Antonino Cardillo’, paper presented to the Constructed Realities, Goethe–Universität, Deutsche Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt am Main. Photography: Antonino Cardillo


Soane Museum

LONDON, UK — 13 September–11 October 2014

By invitation of Abraham Thomas, Cardillo showcased the series of seven sculptures Min inside a cabinet of the Breakfast Parlour.


Space & light: A pop-up exhibition

As part of the London Design Festival 2014 we have invited six artists and designers whose work incorporates the theme of space and light to exhibit their latest work as part of this exhibition. Showing here are a collection of one-off pieces and never-before-seen products. The display features work by Paul Schutze, Ab Rogers, Antonino Cardillo, Sebastian Bergne, Mineheart and Tiipoi. — Soane Museum

Antonino Cardillo: Min, Space and Light [exhibition], Sir John Soane’s Museum, Breakfast Parlour, No. 12 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. Photography: Antonino Cardillo

‘Antonino Cardillo: Min’, Space & Light [exhibition], Sir John Soane’s Museum, Breakfast Parlour, No. 12 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. Photography: Antonino Cardillo


AA School

LONDON, UK — 20 November 2013

By invitation of Ana Araujo, Takero Shimazaki, and Alexandra Savtchenko-Belskaia, Cardillo talked as part of the ‘Intermediate Unit 2’.


House of Dust

Hot on the heels of our Sicilian love affair, Intermediate Unit 2 presents an evening to transport us once more to the stone island’s spectacular sensuous atmosphere and rich cultural syncretism. — Alexandra Savtchenko-Belskaia

Antonino Cardillo, paper presented to the Intermediate Unit 2, AA School, New Soft Room, 36 Bedford Square, London. Photography: Marco Ponzianelli

Antonino Cardillo, ‘House of Dust’, paper presented to the ‘Intermediate Unit 2’, AA School, New Soft Room, 36 Bedford Square, London. Photography: Marco Ponzianelli


Chelsea College of Art

LONDON, UK — 15 November 2010

By invitation of Ana Araujo, Cardillo discussed the work of his practice, particularly on the relation between the light in architecture and computer-generated imagery.

Antonino Cardillo, Light and rendering, paper presented to the Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts, London. Photography: Simone Greggi

Antonino Cardillo, ‘Light and rendering’, paper presented to the Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts, London. Photography: Simone Greggi


Chabot Museum

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands — September 2009–January 2010

By invitation of Ellie Stathaki and Jonathan Bell, Cardillo showcased House for Wallpaper* on the occasion of the 4th Architecture Biennale of Rotterdam.


Wallpaper* Future 30

At a time of uncertainty in the global housing market, the Wallpaper* Future 30 show that innovation is within reach of every aspiring client, bringing fresh architectural thinking from around the world into the expansive sprawl of the modern city. — Wallpaper* magazine

‘Antonino Cardillo: Model 17’, Wallpaper Future 30 [exhibition], Chabot Museum, 4th IABR, Rotterdam. Photography: Ellie Stathaki

‘Antonino Cardillo: model 17’, Wallpaper* Future 30 [exhibition], Chabot Museum, 4th IABR, Rotterdam. Photography: Ellie Stathaki


The Horse Hospital

LONDON, UK — 27–31 July 2009

By invitation of John Foxx, Cardillo exhibited Ellipse 1501 House and Tales of Light in the group exhibition DNA.


John Foxx DNA

The exhibition featured work by visual artists, film-makes, illustrators, Manga comic artists and musicians who have been inspired by different aspects of John Foxx’s 30-year career. They include films by Alex Proyas, Jonathan Barnbrook, Antonino Cardillo, Japan’s Macoto Tezka, electro pioneer Gary Numan, and animator Ian Emes, alongside prints by Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran), one of Tokyo’s most famous Manga artists Reiko Okano, Karborn, and John Foxx himself. — Dennis Da Silva

‘Antonino Cardillo: Ellipse 1501 House, John Foxx DNA [exhibition], The Horse Hospital, London. Photography: Antonino Cardillo

‘Antonino Cardillo: Ellipse 1501 House’, John Foxx DNA [exhibition], The Horse Hospital, London. Photography: Antonino Cardillo


Popov Museum

ST-PETERSBURG, Russia — March–November 2008

By invitation of Sergei Kovaliov, Cardillo showcased his works in the Artindex group exhibition Architectural Dialog 08.


Архитекторы. Дизайнеры 4

Публикуются портфолио современных архитекторов и дизайнеров, организаций и фирм, осуществляющих проектную и проектно-строительную деятельность как в России, так и за рубежом. Представляет практический интерес как для широкой аудитории, так и является реальным инструментом для специалистов инвестиционного-строительного бизнеса и оформления интерьера. — Sergei Kovaliov

‘Antonino Cardillo: Let There Be More Light, Birnbeck Island, Canto Sospeso, Ellipse 1501 House’, Architectural Dialog 08 [exhibition], Artindex, Popov Central Museum of Communications, St-Petersburg.

‘Antonino Cardillo: Let There Be More Light, Birnbeck Island, Canto Sospeso, Ellipse 1501 House’, Architectural Dialog 08 [exhibition], Artindex, Popov Central Museum of Communications, St-Petersburg.