Antonino Cardillo, Off Club, Rome, 2018. Photography: Antonino Cardillo

Off Club

ROME, Italy — 1 June 2018

Arches seem to evoke archaic rituals.

Antonino Cardillo, Specus Corallii, Sala Laurentina, Cattedrale di San Lorenzo, Trapani, 2016. Photography: Antonino Cardillo

Specus Corallii

TRAPANI, Italy — 20 August 2016 — Cattedrale di San Lorenzo

The place where the dead speak to the living.

Antonino Cardillo, Min, Sir John Soane’s Museum, London, 2014. Photography: Antonino Cardillo

Min at the Soane

LONDON, UK — 13 September 2014 — Sir John Soane’s Museum

The arch derived its figure from the Phallus.

Antonino Cardillo, House of Dust, Rome, 2013. Photography: Antonino Cardillo

House of Dust

ROME, Italy — 22 March 2013

A series of arches disguise doors and cupboards.

Antonino Cardillo, Arcade, Milan, 2012. CGI: Antonino Cardillo


MILAN, Italy — 25 May 2012

A succession of arches defines a perspective.

Antonino Cardillo, Postmodern Cafe, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2011. Graphic: Antonino Cardillo

Postmodern Cafe

LONDON, UK — 26 August 2011 — Victoria & Albert Museum

Vinyl graffiti refigure theme of Arch.

Antonino Cardillo, House for Wallpaper* architects directory, 2009. Photography: Antonino Cardillo

House for Wallpaper*

BERLIN, Germany — 6 April 2009 — Neues Museum

The building finds its true essence within.

Antonino Cardillo, Vaulted House, Parma, 2008. CGI: Antonino Cardillo

Vaulted House

PARMA, Italy — 1 January 2008

The silence of a large nave.