Oliver Sack (1965) studied at the department of architecture, FH Aachen, amongst other with Heinz Döhmen and Jan Pieper (Dipl-Ing, 1993) and at the Postgraduate Center of Human Settlements, KU Leuven, amongst others with Hilde Heynen (MArch HS, 2004). In German and Dutch offices in Aachen, Berlin and Amsterdam he worked as an architect on a large number of small- and large-scale design- and building projects, since 1998 with a focus on housing.

In 2005, and in addition to his work as an architect and office manager at the Amsterdam’s office of Zvi Hecker, he began with architecture-theoretical research concerning space (space formation) and construction (tectonics). In order to combine his ambitions in practical design and his interest in architecture-theoretical research, he started his own office in 2009.
Between 2012 and 2019 he was, as PhD researcher and guest lecturer, connected to the architecture’s faculty of the TU Delft, where he earned a doctorate in 2019. Since 2016 he has been working as a visiting lecturer at the department of architecture at the University of Siegen.

His main areas of research include: fundamentals of architectural design, design theory and the architectural history of the nineteenth and the twentieth century with a focus on the various discourses on space (space formation).and construction (tectonics).