American architect Frank Barkow and German architect Regine Leibinger founded their eponymous design studio in 1993.
The firm is headquartered in Berlin and has a satellite office in New York. The company employs a team of over 80 design professionals and support staff, ranging from architects and model makers to public relations and communications specialists.
The company has completed projects across Germany and abroad, ranging from residential developments and the adaptive reuse of historic buildings to cultural buildings and large-scale masterplans.
Pictured above is Harvard University’s ArtLab in Massachusetts, an experimental arts hub by architecture firm Barkow Leibinger, which is clad in white and transparent polycarbonate panels to create a glowing effect in low light.