by Snell in Architecture on Friday 27 June 2008

Italian architect Antonio Cardillo is of the opinion that architecture is only still in pictures, as in its real life it is in a state of transition with man and light moving through it. This ‘house of convexities’ near Barcelona is an embodiment of Cardillo’s question that, if architecture is music, then can its limbs dance? There is no doubt that his architecture has a quality that plays with transition and light and that this is one of the most beautiful renderings around.