Bilge Kalfa received her BSc degree in architecture at the Istanbul Technical University in 2006. She won the national architectural award with her master thesis entitled, "imkanmekan as a new way to intervene to public space in Turkey". Moreover, she is the architect of the Turner-prize winner artist Mark Wallinger's contemporary art project "Sinema Amnesia" She has coordinated My-City Public Art project in five places at Turkey in 2010. She worked as an associate editor for the book "İstanbul Para-doxa". She has also conducted many international design workshops. Bilge Kalfa was the co-founder and the owner of Halukar Mimarlik placed in Istanbul, which won various awards in competitions. Some of her projects have been published in a number of magazines including Archdaily, Dezeen, A10 and Concept Design also. Bilge gave lectures at different Universities and was an adjunct professor at Maltepe and MEF Universities for more than 4 years. Currently, she is the owner of a Berlin-based design office named "bikado project", which is focussing on design, architecture, and interior design.