Matilde Cassani moves on the border between architecture, set-up and event design. Her
practice deals with the spatial implications of cultural pluralism in the contemporary Western city.
Her works have been exhibited in many cultural institutions and art galleries and have been published by several magazines such as Architectural Review, Domus, Abitare, Flash art, Arkitecktur, Arqa. She was a resident fellow at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart and the Headlands Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York hosted his solo exhibition Sacred Spaces in Profane Buildings in September 2011.
She designed the National Pavilion of the Kingdom of Bahrain at the XIII Biennale of
Architecture in Venice in 2012 and was part of the XIV Venice Architecture Biennale with the work “A celebration day,” acquired by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Recently she was involved in the Chicago Architecture Triennial, at the Oslo Triennial and invited to Manifesta12 in Palermo.
She currently teaches at the Politecnico di Milano, the Domus Academy and the Architectural Association of London in collaboration with Unit 11.