Antonio del Giudice (1991) is an architect ︎ and [undisciplined] researcher 🧐️ currently based in London.

He graduated with distinction from Università degli studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli (2017) and received the MA in Environmental Architecture with distinction (2021) from the Royal College of Art.

Over the last few years, he has worked for different architecture practices, like architecten de Vylder Vinck Taillieu and June14 Meyer-Grohbrügge & Chermayeff. He collaborated on several projects between Italy, Germany and Belgium like the international competition Rigenerare Corviale, the renovation of the Meyer Riegger art gallery in Berlin, a retrospective exhibition for the work of the painter Edi Hila in Tirana and the international competition for the reconversion of the ICC Floralia Hall in Ghent.

His personal and collaborative work has been exhibited at the Het Nieuwe Instituut (Rotterdham), Galeria Municipal (Porto) and Färgfabriken (Stockholm), CIVA (Bruxelles) among other forums.

Antonio’s work often focuses on the spatial articulations of sociopolitical movements, environmental conflicts and counter-hegemonic design methodologies.

Taking onboard the widest possible range of post-internet media, Antonio's work explores the codependence and tension between material and digital worlds.
He works to understand how the processes and end-products of design and media cultures can be redeployed to generate new trajectories that respect the physical and cultural 'reality' they emerge from.

He currently holds a position as Associate Lecturer for the MA Environmental Architecture within the Research Studio 4 Anemoi at the Royal College of Art.

He is part of 2,3,1000-GIT, Grupo de Investigação Territorial, an action-research organisation, focusing on ecological and environmental struggles.


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