Bika Rebek is an architect, educator and curator based in Berlin and Vienna. Rebek’s work is defined by an expansive interest in contemporary issues of equity, sustainability and technology through the lens of architectural discourse. In 2016 she founded Some Place Studio with a specific interest in public projects. The studio seeks to construct spaces that consider architectural impacts on culture, politics, psychology and the environment. Through Some Place Studio, she has worked with clients such as Campari, Accenture, Samsung, Sagmeister & Walsh and BAM Berlin. She also co-authored and designed the Slovenian pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2018. Recently Rebek has co-curated the exhibition /imagine: A Journey into The New Virtual 2023 at MAK Vienna along with Marlies Wirth, and her studio created the exhibition design.
Rebek has taught and lectured widely, most recently at Columbia GSAPP, Yale University, the Spitzer School of Architecture and Node curatorial platform. She has worked with a number of international institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna, and the Dhaka Art Summit. An educator and avid mentor of young architects, Bika was a member of the advisory board of the Future Architecture Platform, a Pan-European platform of architecture museums, festivals, and producers. She holds a diploma from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and a Masters in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practice from Columbia University.
Bika Rebek will take part in the networking sessions on 31 May as an expert.