Davide Tommaso Ferrando is an independent architecture researcher and critic. Right after obtaining a bachelor in architecture in the Politecnico di Torino in 2005, during three and a half years he has worked in architecture practices in Rotterdam (GROUP A), Genova (Archea Associati), and Torino (Camerana & Partners). Between 2007 and 2010 he has followed as didactic assistant several design laboratories in the Politecnico di Torino, where in 2012 he has obtained a Ph.D degree in Architecture and Building Design, with a thesis on the genesis of the urban landscape idea, and where in 2014 he’s been adjunct professor of Urban Landscape Design. Also in 2012, he has obtained a Master degree in Advanced Architectural Design, in Madrid’s Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, with a thesis on urban landscape theory. Since 2009 he is editor in chief of the architecture webzine OII+ (www.zeroundicipiu.it), and since 2010 president of the Turin-based cultural association Zeroundicipiù, with which he organises workshops, conferences and other activities. He’s been an invited lecturer, among others, at ETSA Madrid, SciencePo Paris, Domus Academy Milan, Biennale di Venezia and Innsbruck University. Correspondent for “Il Giornale dell’Architettura”, his writings are published in international magazines such as “MARK”, “World Architecture” and “Conditions”, as well as in collective volumes. His last edited book is 1301iNN ELASTICOSPA+3. Drawing, building, photography (LetteraVentidue, 2014). Particularly interested in the relations among architecture theory, urban landscape and digital media,he now lives between Alicante and Torino, researching, writing, lecturing, etc.