Open House Roma
By invitation of Gaia Maria Lombardo, Alfredo Vattimo guided the visitors into the House of Dust at the Open House Roma.
Museo Hendrik Christian Andersen
Nuovo Ampliamento Facoltà di Architettura
Uffici McKinsey e Company
Accademia di Danimarca
Villa Medici, Accademia di Francia
Casa Museo Giorgio De Chirico
Villa Maraini, Istituto Svizzero di Roma
Museo Boncompagni Ludovisi
Fra Borromini e Bernini: il Barocco e la Via Pia
Ministero della Marina Militare
Open House Roma is back on 2 and 3 October, after last year’s forced stop, the event that opens — literally — the doors of private homes, historic buildings and contemporary architecture of the city: there are more than 200, specifically, the places that can be visited for free, from historical architectures such as the Casa delle Armi by Luigi Moretti at the Foro Italico, to the very modern ones, such as the BNL headquarters in Tiburtina, from private homes, such as the House of Dust by Antonino Cardillo, at the recently restored Troisi cinema. — Vanity Fair
Alfredo Vattimo, ‘House of Dust’, guided tour part of the Open House Roma, ed. Gaia Maria Lombardo, Rome, 2‑3 Oct. 2021.
Antonino Cardillo, ‘House of Dust’, Open House Roma, vol. 3, ed. Gaia Maria Lombardo, Rome, Sept. 2021, p. 16.
Sara Pietrantoni, ‘Open House Roma 2021, per scoprire la città più segreta’, Vanity Fair, Milan, 30 Sept. 2021.