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«A born and bred Sicilian, Antonino Cardillo has been recognized by Wallpaper* as one of the best thirty new architectural practices from around the World. Based in Rome, his projects have met with great critical success. Specialising in architecture, interior design and urban design, Cardillo now operates on a global scale and his distinctive overtures have won him wide acclaim for their curvaceous forms and intelligent use of natural materials. Interactions with the elements – sun, rain, wind and sound – are of more importance to Cardillo than furniture: “A contemporary house shouldn’t just be a collection of inanimate objects,” he says. Monolithic at times, shapely at others, Cardillo’s work, while thoroughly modern, bears more than a passing affinity to the architecture of ancient Rome.» from Thomson Carpenter, Physical poetry, «DNA», Sydney, Dec 2009, p. 105.