Antonio del Giudice
- Associate lecturer
- Environmental Architecture MA
Antonio is an architect and researcher whose work focuses on processes of commoning, environmental conflicts and counter-hegemonic design strategies with the aim to challenge conservative and anti-democratic power structures.
Antonio holds a Bachelor degree in Architecture with distinction from the Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli and a Masters in Environmental Architecture from the Royal College of Art.
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Over the last few years Antonio has worked for different architecture practices, including architecten de Vylder Vinck Taillieu and June14 Meyer-Grohbrügge & Chermayeff. As a design contributor he worked on several projects between Italy, Germany and Belgium such as the international competition Rigenerare Corviale, a renovation for the Meyer Riegger art gallery in Berlin, the retrospective exhibition for the work of the painter Edi Hila in Tirana and the international competion for the reconversion of the ICC Floralia Hall in Ghent.
As collaborator and research assistant he has taken part in RS2 Borneo MA Environmental Architecture RCA platform launch, the recent exhibition at CIVA - Expo: sick architecture in Bruxelles, the exhibition Lithium at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, and the environmental assessment in support of the Portuguese community of Barroso.
Research – New pedagogical processes in the Atacama desert, year 2021
Antonio’s work is a perpetual exploration of the periphery of design and social culture, particularly post-internet culture, as an attempt to intersect the current political discourse.