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BjarkeIngels
Founding Architect of BIG, wannabe comicbook artist and accomplished mermaid abductor
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BLAH CITY May 24
So much attention on the dramatic architecture of Bjarke Ingels, BIG designed Vancouver House tower, but what about these jaw-dropping office components emerging between off ramps?! Never seen anything like it. Anywhere. Who gets to work there?
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Time Sensitive May 24
“If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans. I clearly hand an idea, and I clearly went elsewhere.” — on Ep. 4
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via57west May 24
“You can say, planet Earth has an existing geology, and what we do as human beings and as architects is that we try to sort of alter and modify and expand the geology.” -
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BIG May 24
On the value of , the journey of building BIG & the importance of taking the longer view when it comes to creating our built environment—hear on the new interactive :
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Time Sensitive May 24
“Architecture is the medium; it’s not the message. It’s the container; it’s not the content.” — on Ep. 4
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Place Careers May 24
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BIG May 23
💯 The State Assembly approved a bill supporting the ballpark proposal at Howard Terminal! The unanimous 56-0 vote by the State Assembly marks a major milestone that now allows the bill to proceed to the state senate ⚾️🤸‍♂️
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BIG May 23
Get in ! Join & Founder Simon Frommenwiler on May 25 to learn about their collaboration on in the backyard of the Swiss Embassy in & their role as curators of the Embassy's program!
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Time Sensitive May 23
“Having a style is almost the sum of all of your inhibitions. It’s like a straightjacket that keeps you confined to who you were and inhibits you from who you could become.” — on Ep. 4
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World Architecture May 23
BIG occupies the entire Danish Architecture Centre with an exhibition "Formgiving" :
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Time Sensitive May 23
“Charles Darwin has, more than any other thinker, scientist, creative thinker, inspired me in how I look at the world, and how I look at the world of architecture, even though his field was obviously a different one.” — on Ep. 4
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BLAH CITY May 22
Almost as exciting as Bjarke Ingels designed Vancouver House is that it has acted as a catalyst for separated bike lanes and interesting public spaces adjacent.
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Scandinavia Standard May 22
makes some of the best modern architecture around. These are the buildings to know:
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Keith Gormley May 22
Replying to @BjarkeIngels
“LEGO is not a toy. It’s a tool that enables a child to build their own world” - at
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Concentric Health Experience May 22
DESIGNING THE FUTURE CITY Some of the most futuristic cityscapes from celebrated architect Great presentation on future modular floating habitats to deal with rising sea levels "By 2050 90% of the world's largest cities will be exposed to rising seas"
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Time Sensitive May 22
This week on our podcast, architect discusses some of his latest undertakings at , why he named his newborn Darwin, and we need to take a longer view when it comes to creating our built environments.
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BIG May 22
TODAY: will be speaking at the Festival at 2:20PM! With BIG's newest exhibition opening at on June 12th, Bjarke's talk will explore what it means to give form to the future:
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Time Sensitive May 22
“Charles Darwin has, more than any other thinker, scientist, creative thinker, inspired me in how I look at the world, and how I look at the world of architecture, even though his field was obviously a different one.” — on Ep. 4
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Kevin Sheekey May 21
Top Reads: Denmark is setting new standards for production & waste management, especially at where work is on full display, complete with a ski slope in . More:
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Andri Snær Magnason May 20
Here is a recording of my book talk with in the in New York a few days ago:
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