Datingsimulator beach scene
Published by the Japanese publisher GA, BIG – RECENT PROJECT is a monograph that documents 28 recent projects developed by the BIG CPH and BIG NYC offices .In addition the book also includes an interview with Bjarke Ingels by Yoshio Futgawa and an essay on Social Infrastructure.Architectural Digest introduced the AD100 list today featuring this year's architects and designers with "uncommon vision".BIG's LEGO House in Billund, Denmark is celebrated as a public project and cultural institution, inviting and empowering children and adults to create their own world, and to inhabit those worlds through play.In Spanish and English, this monograph includes 25 projects by BIG from 2001 until 2013, alongside Bjarke's essay on Pragmatic Pleasures - BIG’s perception on an unprejudiced way of designing that combines hedonism and pragmatism.After an intense year of following BIG and Bjarke in design, travels, construction sites and celebrations, Italian-based magazine ABITARE presents the most extensive and dynamic profile of the studio so far, providing insight and in depth interviews with Bjarke Ingels on Clients, Academy, Juries, Politicians, Media and the life of BIGsters.
In addition the book also includes an essay by Geoff Manaugh and an interview with Bjarke Ingels by Jeffrey Inaba. A special bilingual issue on the latest projects by BIG brought to you by one of Denmark’s leading architectural publications ARKITEKTUR DK.
BIG is announced today as one of six teams shortlisted for the Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition hosted by the Government of South Australia through Arts South Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia and Malcolm Reading Consultants.
The new Adelaide Contemporary Gallery will be a landmark arts gallery, public sculpture park and meeting place on the celebrated North Terrace boulevard in South Australia.
Author Bruce Peter takes us on a tour of the new museum in Helsingør, Denmark.
In text, photographs and architectural drawings, Peter documents this remarkable adventure in architecture, civil and structural engineering.Photo by Sam Noonan The Spiral in the Hudson Yards is ready to begin foundation work as demolition has been cleared on the site.