Paradiso is the last intervention by architect Antonino Cardillo for the Off Club restaurant in Rome.
Pa-ra-dì-so, s. m. [lat. paradisus, gr. παράδεισος «garden, park», orig. Avestic pairidaēza «circular enclosure»].
Like an old Persian enclosed garden, “Paradiso is a walled garden of golden shadows and black mirrors”, using Antonino Cardillo’s words. Located in the Casal Bertone neighbourhood of Rome and arranged on three floors, the intervention is a cultured vocabulary of architectural quotes, where everyone can rediscover new interpretations.