Adam Gebrian graduated with honours from Faculty of Architecture in Liberec (2006) and also from the postgraduate course SCIFI at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles thanks to the Fulbright Scholarship (2008). He studied and worked in Amsterdam (academie van Bouwkunst), Rotterdam (Maxwan architects and urbanists), Prague (A69 Architects), Paris (Dominique Perrault Architecte), London (bamber & Reddan Architects) and Los Angeles. He published a collection of lectures 29+3. He has been a member of the editorial board of the magazine Era21 (2007-14). He participates in organising of Pecha Kucha Nights in Prague. His project for Dubai was exhibited at 11th Biennale in Venice (2008). Since 2009, he hosts his own show “Bourani” on Radio Wave. In 2009-12, he worked at Faculty of Art and Architecture of TU in Liberec. Gebrian participated in Ostrava’s unsuccessful preparation for the European Capital of Culture 2015 candidature and in the launch of the first private architecture school in the Czech Republic – ARCHIP. Once a week he creates a series about the contemporary architecture for Hospodářské noviny (in 2010-13 he did the same for Lidove noviny, 2014 for weekly Respekt), he commented on the public space in the show Gebrian vs. on Stream.cz. He has been a curator of the exhibitions Mestske zasahy (Urban Inteventions) Prague 2010, Brno 2011, Ostrov pokladu, Ze života lidi a domů and Anastomosis. Since 2013, he leads the studio at Prague Institute (NCSU). He currently lives in Prague.