Camilla Casiccia graduated in Design at Naba, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, Milan in 2013. With a specialisation in Interior Design. On the last year of her bachelor she participated in the Erasmus programme where she studied 6 months in Istanbul. During that period she worked as an interior designer for an independent gallery for the organisation of an exposition of graphic works. During her bachelor she worked as a photographer for the Milan Design week on behalf of Naba, and as a representative of Naba in Switzerland for 3 months. In July 2012 she won a competition for best video of the Milan design week 2012, this gave her the possibility to participate in a summer school in the University of Santa Fe, USA. Winter 2013 she graduated in Interior design with 110/110. Her thesis project explored and challenged the world of the interiors . After her bachelor she spent 6 months in the world of contemporary art, at Peep-Hole, a non profit contemporary art space in Milan. Being part of the organisation of expositions of international artists helped her understanding her position as a designer which stands between the world of interiors and creative expressions. In July 2016 she graduates in Interior Architecture at KABK, Koninglijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten, The Hague, The Netherlands. Where along two years she had the luck to collaborate with important Ducth studios such as Eline Strijkers, OMA, MVRDV and Superuse Studio. Since January 2017 she works at Architecten van Mourik as an Interior architect. Together with a collegue she participated at the Jonge Architecten Prijs 2017 and won third price with "Natuurlijk welkom"