David Huber is a critic and editor, and the founder of Thinkbelt, an educational media that helps make sense of the world we inhabit, and challenge the assumptions that shape it. For Thinkbelt he produces the weekly podcast Interstitial, a show about space and the consequences of our designs.
His writing on architecture, design, and art has appeared in Artforum, Metropolis, Harvard Design Magazine, Pacific Standard, PIN-UP, and Garage, among other publications. Previously he worked as the editor of digital publications at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal and the managing editor of Log. He studied architecture at The Cooper Union and comparative literature at The Graduate Center, CUNY.