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Inside/Out lecture series

London, 



Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art, School of Architecture

Press release

By Yara Boulos and Riccardo Rizzetto

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.


2019–2012 Archive

2019

  • 25 November: We Made That
  • 18 November: Turner Works
  • 11 November: AOC Architecture
  • 28 October: Hawkins\Brown
  • 7 October: Michael Marriott
  • 21 May: Andrea Santamarina
  • 2 April: Harry Nuriev
  • 26 March: India Mahdavi
  • 12 March: Robert Storey
  • 28 February: Flores y Prats
  • 19 February: Casson Mann
  • 12 February: Katherine Skellon
  • 5 February: Martin Ebert
  • 22 January: Antonino Cardillo

2018

  • 11 December: Tyen Masten
  • 27 November: Steve Jensen
  • 20 November: Graeme Brooker
  • 21 November: Melhem Sfeir
  • 6 February: Dorothée Meilichzon
  • 13 February: Hikaru Nissanke
  • 20 February: Charles Kaisin
  • 27 February: Max Kahlen
  • 6 March: Jenny Jones
  • 13 March: Tom Dixon

2015

  • 4 February: Ben Kelly
  • 21 January: Christophe Egret
  • 28 January: Alannah Weston

2014

  • 17 December: Deyan Sudjic OBE
  • 10 December: Roberto Feo
  • 3 December: Matali Crasset
  • 19 November: Andrew Stevens
  • 20 March: Dinah Casson
  • 30 January: Mark Dytham MBE
  • 23 January: Marcus Fairs

2013

  • 28 November: Ben van Berkel
  • 21 November: Jamie Fobert
  • 7 November: William Russell
  • 16 October: Annabelle Selldorf
  • 9 May: Penny Sparke
  • 28 February: Richard Rogers
  • 21 February: Edward Jones CBE
  • 7 February: Petra Blaisse

2012

  • 29 November: Jason Bruges
  • 8 November: Ab Rogers

The making of Rome’s Off Club

By Antonino Cardillo

  1. Vision. The intuitive function
    From the psychical subject to the physical object
  2. Construction. Language as the “House of Being”
    Toward an etymology of architectural words
  3. Individuation. The afterward detection
    The temple in the sacred precinct

In his design for the Off Club, Cardillo continues the investigation of archetypes (primordial images) that he began with his design for the House of Dust:

Archetypes, so far as we can observe and experience them at all, manifest themselves only through their ability to organise images and ideas, and this is always an unconscious process which cannot be detected until afterwards.⁠[1]

Note

  1. Carl Gustav Jung, ‘On the Nature of the Psyche’, in Collected Works, vol. 8, 1947/1954, p. 231.

Venue

Antonino Cardillo, The making of Rome’s Off Club, paper presented to the Inside/Out, Lecture Theatre 1, Royal College of Art, South Kensington, London, 22 Jan. 2019. Photography: Riccardo Rizzetto

Antonino Cardillo, ‘The making of Rome’s Off Club’, Inside/Out, Lecture Theatre 1, Royal College of Art, South Kensington, London, 22 Jan. 2019. Photography: Riccardo Rizzetto


Poster

RCA’s Inside/Out lecture series poster Antonino Cardillo. Graphic design: James Watts

RCA’s Inside/Out lecture series poster ‘Antonino Cardillo’. Graphic design: James Watts


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