Bjarke Ingels Architect
Tags: Bjarke Ingels, Architecture, design
- Publisher: Metropolitan Arts Press
- ISBN: 0-935119-32-9
- Dimensions (WxH) (cm): 21.00 x 28.00
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European Prize for Architecture Laureate Bjarke Ingels has already
had an astonishing career and is only starting to shape a new
contemporary direction in today's European architecture. At age 38,
he has championed a bold, fresh, and progressive atmosphere in
today's Europe and he will certainly set the stage for new ideas, a
new provocative approach to design and urbanism, as well as feed the
flames for a new philosophical debate in years to come. He is the
founder of Copenhagen-based architectural group BIG.
His approach to architectural design is the experimentation of space that creates buildings that provide solutions to current problems. His architecture is a combination of exploring living, leisure and working, which collectively test the balance of programmatic mixtures on the triple bottom line. His work focuses on smaller details that exist within the "big picture".
This monograph documents the architect's early works, commissions, competitions, and on the board projects to the present for skyscrapers, museums, cultural centers, town halls, athletic facilities, urban planning projects, landscape architecture, exhibitions, housing, residential dwellings, libraries, exposition pavilions, and industrial design.
Soft Cover: Perfect Bound
Publication Date: 2012
About the Architect: https://big.dk/#projects