Aldo Caneponeis a Rome-born architect; he graduated from La Sapienza University with honours in 1985 and now works in Rome.
A contract lecturer and doctor of research at the Architecture Faculty of La Sapienza in Rome, over the years he has held various teaching posts such as full-time lecturer for both Architecture and Urban Planning workshops and Garden and Landscape Design, and for courses on elements of architecture, city and territory; he has also undertaken numerous research projects for architecture and urban planning departments. He is active in both the design of new buildings and the restoration, enhancement and use of historical/archaeological assets, including a new pedestrian access to the pronaos of Casamari Abbey, Veroli (FR) 2003-06; a new garden for the former Casino of San Pio V in Via Gregorio VII, 2002-05; the public works for the auditorium and social centre in Rocca Imperiale (CS), 2015-18. Over the years he has experimented with his theoretical and applied research in architectural planning, and his manner of expressing and conveying himself in a setting through specific themes and content; he has received prizes and acclaim (Terni, 1987; Aprilia LT, 1991; Rome, 1992). He has also taken part in conferences and exhibitions, and published projects and the results of his teaching and research activities. His numerous published writings and essays in the field include Canepone A., L’organismo duale nelle dicotomie della forma architettonica, Rome 2008; Verso un progetto di paesaggio urbano, in Bagnasco C. (edited), La città nuova, la qualità urbana tra ideazione e realizzazione, Rome 2011.