Davide Sacconi explores forms of buildings, cities, production and research through designs, exhibitions, books and pedagogical projects. He earned his PhD at the Architectural Association where is currently running a Diploma unit, and he is teaching Studio at the Royal College of Art. He has been director of the Syracuse Architecture London program for 5 years. He is co-founder of CAMPO, a space for architecture in Rome, for which he curated numerous exhibitions and events and member of the editorial board of STOÀ, a journal on architectural education. For Black Square he edited the books Interior Tales (2015), The Supreme Achievement (2016) and Savage Architecture (2016).