Roberto Capecci, is a faculty adjunct member since 2016. From 2000, he has been working on Conceptual Landscape Design exploring the narrow space between Art, Architecture and Landscape. Led by the need to discover, understand and reinterpret the identity of places, his research and practice uses an artistic approach as medium to translate concepts into spaces that talk about the uniqueness of a specific context.
Master of Architecture, Universita’ degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, 1994
In 2000, Roberto Capecci founded ‘Land-I archicolture’ in partnership with Marco Antonini and Raffaella Sini. Through their passionate collaboration, they have implemented a number of projects dealing with landscape architectural design mainly focusing on environmental and urban design as well as contemporary garden design, exhibiting at international competitions and working for public and private clients. Their works have been widely exhibited and published in a number of periodicals and books. In Singapore, he has been a lecturer for four years at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and he has an ongoing, inspiring and exciting collaboration with ‘Salad Dressing-Landscape Design’ directed by Chang Huai Yan.
- Conceptual Landscape Design
- Temporary landscapes
- Sites and identity
- Site-specific design
- Waugh, Emily. 2016. Experimenting Landscapes: Testing the Limits of the Garden. Birkhäuser
- Barbaux, Sophie. 2015. Jardins Singuliers, Unique Gardens. Paris: ICI Consultants.
- Amoroso, Nadia. 2012. Digital Landscape Architecture Now. New York: Thames & Hudson.
- Broto, Carles. 2012. The Complete Book of Playground Design. Barcelona: Links International.
- Galindo, Michelle. 2012. Playground Design. Berlin: Verlagshaus BRAUN.