Aldo Celoria was born in 1969 in Mendrisio (CH).
He graduated in industrial design at the University of Milan Polytechnic School of Design in Milan in 1992.
He lived in Buenos Aires (Argentina) in 1997-1998 where he worked in the architecture studio of Clorindo Testa.
In 2001 he collaborated with studio Vacchini in Locarno for the competition for the new town hall of Nice.
He graduated in architecture at the Mendrisio Academy of Architecture in 2002 with Professor Kenneth Frampton.
Since 2002 he has been the owner of the celoria Architects studio in Balerna.
In 2005 KM Europa awarded the "TECU Architecture Award 2005" for the Travella single-family home
and in 2012 he received a Mention at the SIA Award 2012 with the new Balerna Secondary School.