Rebecca Book believes in using the power of good design to solve ecological and social problems. As an urban designer at Mithun, she applies her design expertise and research and analytical skills to projects promoting coastal resiliency and equitable access to the city. While at one architecture, she worked on the 'BIG U' project, redesigning Manhattan's coastline to protect the city against sea level rise and future storms. She has contributed to a number of international exhibits, including fabricating the a video installation for the Bjork retrospective at New York City MoMA with The Living and serving as a member of the curatorial team Istanbul Design Biennial.
In her free time, she enjoys bike touring, track cycling, cyclocross, mountain biking, and occasionally even road cycling. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, she now resides in Seattle.