List sorted by date in reverse order of the architect participations in some series of exhibitions and lectures‡ in schools and museums
Open House Roma
Open City Roma, Rome, 2–3 October 2021
Open House is the largest event in the world dedicated to the promotion of architecture. Born in 1992 in London, today he is present annually in 45 cities around the world.
DIA, Bauhaus Campus, Dessau, 13 November 2019
The Dessau Talks are the faculty’s central series of lectures. More than 100 speeches and interdisciplinary lectures have been held since 1996: always on a Wednesday at 6:30 pm.
Rome Video Game Lab‡
Istituto Luce Cinecittà, Rome, 11 May 2019
In the Cinecittà Studios, which have made Italian cinema famous in the world, RomeVideoGameLab 2019 is the laboratory festival dedicated to the discovery of the novelties and potential of video games combined with the worlds of cultural heritage, knowledge, training, teaching.
Royal College of Art, London, 22 January 2019
Inside/Out is a series of lectures curated and organised by the student reps in Interior Design. Each year students choose and arrange for the speakers, practices, thinkers, writers, artists and designers they want to see.
Heinze ArchitekTOUR Kongress‡
STATION-Berlin, Berlin, 23 November 2017
More than 600 visitors accepted the joint invitation of Heinze GmbH and its 51 partners to the listed station halls of the STATION, whose urban, industrial ambiance provided the optimal setting for the two-day congress.
Mitte/Rand Verlag, Berlin, 21 November 2017
Tim Berge speaks to Cardillo at the first centre/edge salon in Marienstraße about his beginnings, his attitude to antiquity and the sexuality of architecture.
Rooms. Novel Living Concepts
Palazzo dell’Arte, Triennale di Milano, 2 April–12 September 2016
The show opens with an introductory space, offering historical context to the issues and themes explored in the exhibition. Fifty architectural designs for Italian interiors are presented, ranging from the 1920s to the present day.
Goethe–Universität, Deutschen Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt am Main, 1 December 2015
‘Faked reality. The dream houses of Antonino Cardillo’ takes place at the German Architecture Museum. The discussion is the start of the series Constructed Realities. After the lecture and project presentation by Antonino Cardillo, Carolin Höfler (Technical University of Cologne) talks about ‘Models in reality. Antonino Cardillo’s digital images promises’.
Space and Light
Sir John Soane’s Museum, London Design Festival, 13 September–11 October 2014
The curated display features a collection of one-off pieces and never-before-seen products, all available for sale, offering visitors a rare opportunity to own unique and limited edition designs from some of the world’s most exciting designers and creatives, and will be installed in the Museum’s historic No.12 Breakfast Room.
Intermediate Unit 2‡
AA School, London, 20 November 2013
Hot on the heels of our Sicilian love affair, Intermediate 2 presents an evening to transport us once more to the stone island’s spectacular sensuous atmosphere and rich cultural syncretism.
Schweizerisches Architekturmuseum, Basel, 8 December 2012–21 April 2013
‘Building Images’ is conceived as a panorama of the last 25 years of Swiss architecture. Buildings which have contributed to the worldwide success of Swiss construction are presented — not by means of plans and models, but solely via the medium of photography.
London Design Festival
Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 17‑25 September 2011
For the third year the London Design Festival is in residence at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Visit our dedicated entrance and Postmodern Cafe on Exhibition Road, with special events and exhibitions at the Sackler centre, plus installations, workshops and talks.
BA Interior and Spatial Design Course‡
Chelsea College of Arts and Design, London, 15 November 2010
Cardillo talks about Light and rendering at the Ana Araujo’s course at the Chelsea College of Art and Design.
Wallpaper* Future 30
Chabot Museum, Biennale of Rotterdam, September 2009–January 2010
For the 4th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam 2009, Wallpaper* magazine presents Future Thirty. Brought together for the magazine’s 2009 Architects Directory, these thirty international studios have been chosen for their commitment to innovation, both spatial and contextual.
John Foxx DNA
The Horse Hospital, London, 27–31 July 2009
The new DNA exhibition ed. ArtHertz will run from July 27‑31, featuring work by visual artists, film-makes, illustrators, Manga comic artists, graphic artists and musicians who have been inspired by different aspects of John Foxx’s 30-year career.
Popov Central Museum of Communications, St-Petersburg, March–November 2008
Portfolios of modern architects and designers, organizations and firms engaged in design and construction activities both in Russia and abroad are published. The exhibition is of practical interest both to a wide audience and is a real tool for specialists in the investment and construction business and interior design.