By Francesco Pignataro (client)
The house corresponds to a principle of identity. It is complex matter, made of practicality and play, of memories and planning. Listening and organising in space was the meaning of a collaboration. In a consonance built in dialogue, Antonino understood a way of being, a rhythm. He interpreted it in proportions, materials and harmonies, giving shape to a new architectural vision. Monumental and intimate. His and mine at the same time. And able to accommodate the sediments and gestures of those who will pass over time.
Client: Francesco Pignataro
Architecture design and construction management: Antonino Cardillo
Photography: Antonino Cardillo
Building contractor: Galliani & Giorgetti
Masonry: Ripan Michele
Logistics: Giorgio Giorgetti
Painting: Petrica Rotaru
Electrical system: Camai Luca
Plumbing system: Emiliano Proietto
Susanne Beyer, ‘Hochstapler: Römische Ruinen’, Der Spiegel, no. 27/12, Hamburg, 2 July 2012, pp. 3, 121‑123.
Francesco Pignataro, [email], Rome, 25 March 2012.