Regine Leibinger, born in Stuttgart in 1963, studied architecture at the Technical University Berlin and at Harvard. Since 1993 she has been leading the architectural practice Barkow Leibinger in Berlin together with Frank Barkow. From 2006 to 2018 she was professor for Building Construction and Design at the Technical University of Berlin. She then taught as a visiting professor at Princeton and at Cornell University in the USA.
Barkow Leibinger’s projects have been published nationally and internationally and have been awarded architecture prizes. The office’s material-related research is regularly exhibited, including at the architecture biennials in Venice and Chicago, and in 2020 in a monographic show in the Haus am Waldsee in Berlin.
AmonAmongst others, Regine Leibinger is a member of the Visiting Committee of the Department of Architecture at MIT in Cambridge, USA, as well as of the Architecture Section at the Academy of the Arts in Berlin and since 2020 AIA Honorary Fellow.