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The radical transparency invites visitors and hikers to enjoy the whole process of manufacturing while providing the workers the thrill of working in the middle of the forest.

The computers will allow five children of the After School Education Programs to not only have a computer but also allow them to have access to their education remotely.

Having computer and internet access is a necessity for each child as the world has moved to virtual learning. It is a necessity that no child is left behind educationally.

Since the UAE announced its ambition to colonize Mars within the next years, BIG has been prototyping a city suitable for sustaining life on the foreign world by testing in the Emirati desert.

Architectural Digest interviews Bjarke Ingels on whether the increased dependence on technology over the last few months have permanently changed how architects do their jobs.

On the other hand, there is the notion of an all-digital design and construction future supported by the scalable capacity of the 3D printer, for instance, to create PPE at the outset of the pandemic.

As computer-aided design, parametric design and building information modeling advance, so too must the method of implementation. This summer, University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design is hosting a series of chats with professionals in the Landscape Architecture field, designed for students but also open to the public.

Registration is available here. As a vision for the first resilient and sustainable floating community for 10, residents, the man-made ecosystem is anchored in the UN Sustainable Development Goals, channeling flows of energy, water, food and waste to create a blueprint for a modular maritime metropolis.

Public spaces are offering a sense of relief and relaxation from the confinements of home. BBC News scopes the world for creative takes on outdoor architecture and design, including Superkilen in Copenhagen, designed in extensive consultation with local communities that resulted in the inclusion of objects they particularly cherish: from a Moroccan fountain and palm trees from China to neon signs from Qatar and Russia.

Forbes shares an update on the future of travel, reimagined by Virgin Hyperloop One. In the age of coronavirus, Hyperloop provides intelligent transportation for a distributed workforce to travel across vast distances in a safer, cleaner, easier and faster way than airlines.

Our sincere gratitude and tremendous thanks extend to the medical teams and volunteers continuing the battle on the front lines against COVID The Talks interviews Bjarke Ingels on his visions for the ideal city of the future, one where ecology and economy combine successfully.

The conversation dives into the return of nature, where urban integrated agriculture and environmentally progressive designs take center stage.

As the museum prepares to open its doors to the public this summer, visitors can anticipate a spiraling journey to view watchmakers at work as well as a collection of the most complicated timepieces ever produced by Audemars Piguet.

Designed by BIG Ideas, the new family of lamps includes the same qualities and design details in various sizes, with each carrying its own unique personality.

In an effort to expand educational resources for teachers and families, Netflix has made a selection of documentary features and series, including Abstract: The Art of Design , available on the Netflix US YouTube channel.

Season one includes an episode on Bjarke Ingels and the design process uniting function, fantasy and sustainability towards pragmatic utopias.

BIG is a Copenhagen, New York, London and Barcelona based group of architects, designers, urbanists, landscape professionals, interior and product designers, researchers and inventors.

The office is currently involved in a large number of projects throughout Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East.

Not least due to the influence from multicultural exchange, global economical flows and communication technologies that all together require new ways of architectural and urban organization.

Like a form of programmatic alchemy we create architecture by mixing conventional ingredients such as living, leisure, working, parking and shopping.

By hitting the fertile overlap between pragmatic and utopia, we architects once again find the freedom to change the surface of our planet, to better fit contemporary life forms.

Bjarke defines architecture as the art and science of making sure our cities and buildings fit with the way we want to live our lives.

Through careful analysis of various parameters from local culture and climate, ever-changing patterns of contemporary life, to the ebbs and flows of the global economy, Bjarke believes in the idea of information-driven-design as the driving force for his design process.

He compliments his professional work through previous teaching assignments at the University of Florida, the New School of Architecture in San Diego and his alma mater the University of Virginia.

He is partner-in-charge of competitions, masterplans and large-scale buildings in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Jakob is also a Board member at Virgin Hyperloop One. Working in both Paris and Copenhagen for many years has given him an excellent knowledge of European culture and building practice.

For five years, Jakob has worked closely with Dominique Perrault in participating on prize-winning projects, including the Palais des Sports de Rouen, which he led through all phases to construction, as well as the French Pavilion for the Venice Biennale for which he was Project Leader.

Prior to his current role, he worked on a variety of healthcare, educational, and cultural projects around the globe.

Beat has more than 20 years of experience as Project Architect and Designer and has sharpened his skills while working on many notable buildings in North America, Europe, and the Middle East.

While at Frank O. Daniel joined BIG in and became Partner in He has worked closely with Bjarke Ingels on a wide range of projects from the 8 House, a residential building in Copenhagen, to the conceptual design of a mobile gallery for the Tate Modern in London.

Most recently he has been the design leader for LEGO House, which opened its doors to critical acclaim in With a background in energy efficiency research as well as undergraduate studies in economics, Brian brings additional focus on environmental and economic sustainability into all of his projects.

Most recently she was the Design Leader for a residential complex in Hualien, Taiwan that seeks to blur the line between natural landscape and the built environment.

Ole has vast experience in project management and controlling of both large and small-scale projects. Agustin Perez-Torres first worked at BIG in Copenhagen from to , during which he collaborated with Bjarke on a number of international projects, including the 8 House.

Agustin became a Partner in and is currently leading various design competitions, serving as the Partner-in-Charge for the Redskins Stadium in D.

C and the F. C Barcelona Camp Nou stadium competition. Prior to his design work, Agustin has worked as an architectural journalist and has assisted with major architectural exhibitions.

Martin moved to New York City in and became a key member of the project team for the 60, m2 mixed-use development Vancouver House in Canada.

Martin also worked at Studio Scholz, a design firm in Stuttgart, Germany, and completed various interior design projects independently. Before studying architecture, he was originally trained as a carpenter.

After completing architectural studies at California Polytechnic University, Leon has worked with renowned offices in Japan, Scandinavia, and Portugal, designing a variety of cultural, residential and master planning projects around the globe, including the New Oslo Central Station and the Ginza Swatch Building in Tokyo.

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Six proposed pilot projects, developed together with stakeholders and local communities, will kickstart a long-term process towards realizing the overall vision.

From Manhattan, to Humanhattan! Together with One Architecture and Sherwood Engineers, we are thinking of ecology, people, infrastructure and transit working together as self-enforcing systems.

We're excited to continue the conversation in not only saving the bay, but growing the bay for nature, people and changing climates.

Milano design fair for Milan Design Week. Danish filmmaker Kaspar Astrup Schröder paints an intimate portrait of Bjarke and BIG's development over the past seven years — the unveiling documentary has premiered in Denmark, and will screen in theatres across the country until June.

Stay tuned for international premiere dates. The Netflix original docu-series, Abstract: The Art of Design , takes viewers inside the minds and behind-the-scenes of our creative process.

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C until August 30th, Alphabet of Light starts from an abacus of essential geometries and forms a new font that translates into light, like an alphabet used to write and express thoughts, or a tool to give shape to spaces.

Either straight or curved base modules made with precise geometric proportions allow for the combination of elements to build countless light structures, both essential and complex.

It is an elementary principle generating an open system. Gople Lamp enhances the beauty of glass, hand-processed according to an ancient Venetian technique that gradually turns white glass into crystal glass by combining both upon blowing, thus making each piece unique.

Through an innovative and sustainable metal vacuum deposition process, finishes are avaliable in silver, bronze, copper and blue. The classic shape has been upscaled and designed as a whole unit, uniting socket and bulb into one form.

The fixture hides the low energy light source, ensuring a comfortable soft light. The pendant consists of an acid treated opal glass shade, an aluminium suspension and an extra thick silicone cord.

The Keglen Collection is a systematic design language for a wide range of lighting typologies. This family of lamps have similar characteristics, yet are maximised for their intended use with varied sizes and unique personalities.

The main feature of the lamp is the organic shaped glass that sits perfectly underneath, as if shaped by physics and cohesive forces found in nature.

Ripple is inspired by repeating elements found in nature that grow and expand in organic ways, like molecular growth.

The lamp can grow or morph into different configurations, and the soft elements can be added to provide acoustic properties to suit the needs of certain interior environments.

Trumpet is a fixture which accomodates many building services such as lighting, audio and ventilation. The subtle hyperbolic shape of Trumpet blends almost imperceptibly into the ceiling.

The deeply recessed LED module provides lighting with minimal glare. With a specially developed surface with small laser-cut points, Trumpet creates an extremely homogeneous distribution of light.

This versatility makes it ideal for use in offices. Silverback is designed to create an interface between the architectural space and light.

Neither integrated, nor flashy. Silverback has a soft water drop like shape that combines a metallic part with an opal white diffuser. The metallic part mirrors the ceiling or wall the fixture is mounted on, giving a unique morphed experience regardless of the background qualities.

La Linea is a flexible tube of light, capable of twisting and turning throughout endless distances for countless applications in a wide variety of locations.

Elegant and sleek, La Linea is created for both indoor and outdoor spaces. Each individual modular element is 5 meters long but can be extended endlessly and seamlessly thanks to its concealed joints without visible shadows or signs.

Voxel Sofa is a modular sofa system expressed through the concept of a building block, a three dimensional pixel — a voxel.

The grid-like system creates a family of units that can be configured into multiple seating scenarios, from single unit couch to a large, flexible configurations.

The Brick sofa series is designed to have strong architectural references. It consists of a chair and a pouffe, as well as both a two- and three-seater sofa.

The point of departure was a classic brick bond forming the cushion pattern. The cushions are tied together and fixed with a tailor-quality button made from fiber concrete.

Resembling the soft oval shape of a lily pad, the Lillum series welcomes you with a curious and inviting gesture made of honest materials and designed as a contemporary, urban expression.

Lillum is designed for the modern, flexible and pragmatic time we live in, when outdoor furniture is not necessarily only used outdoors but can also blend in naturally in the living room, the lounge area of a restaurant or in the workplace.

As a flexible module, VIA 57 can be configured to fit into various interiors such as lobbies, receptions, lounges and private homes.

The chair is composed of a steel frame embedded in molded soft polyeurothane foam. These two densities create the soft yet firm comfort.

The wooden base creates an elegant finish towards the floor letting the chair almost float in space. Scoop is a contemporary chair for all spaces.

The innovative gyroscope-like suspension system enables the user to tilt the chair forward and backwards, conveying a free, suspended feeling.

The Y-shaped aluminum beam creates a visual and functional overlap between seat and base. Scoop merges craft with technology: the innovative technical edge increases comfort and maintains a clear and simple Scandinavian appearance.

Scoop is available in a conference and lounge chair edition. The XTable desk is a piece of office furniture accommodating multiple working positions and daily reshuffling.

All technical features are constructively integrated in the tabletop. It uses a century-old principle known from carjacks, ironing boards and other iconic tools.

The principle is a radical redesign of the traditional office desk. XTable is designed with an optional storage solution for office supplies and other belongings.

The BIG-reformed kitchen cabinet is designed to work with the IKEA flat-pack kitchen, and has an affordable price yet novel characteristics.

The elegant, unconventional handles are made from seat belt fabric. Available in a white or an oak finish, the simple yet refined design evokes a holistic feeling for a modern-day kitchen setting.

Totem Shelf is a freestanding bookcase consisting of a series of stacked volumes. Each volume is split diagonally into quarters, creating small frames or dioramas for personal belongings.

The shelves come in wood, aluminum, chromatized, blackened, galvanized and stainless-steel variations. The new habitat for two giant pandas were created in the yin-yang symbol, based on the Chinese philosophy for balance and opposition within a simple shape.

The wooden figure Panda mimics this simplicity, with the rotation of the upper mody and movability of the arms and legs.

The Panda figure is available in the large or small size. Similar to soap bubbles, porcelain balls are joined together to form an object with a strong character that will stand out in any interior.

Friday Lock is a smart home product which combines a minimal form and enhanced security features.

Controlled via smartphone, the smat lock can automatically unlock a door when it senses the resident approaching, lock it as they leave, or allow them to remotely control who has access to the property.

It is designed it to fit on the inside of almost any door in place of the traditional thumb turn. Friday Lock is the smallest and smartest retrofit lock to safeguard your home.

The Pebble Collection brings luxury and high quality design to ubiquitous, everyday objects. Pebble is a playful, contemporary collection which includes a soap dispenser, shower shelf, towel rail, toilet brush, toilet roll holder, coat hook, lever handle, key escutcheon and thumb turn offerings.

The Taper Collection is a series of bathroom fittings that merge countertop, faucet and running water into one visually seamless design.

Taper marries advanced engineering with a minimalist style that is deeply rooted in the principles of classic Mid-Century Danish design.

The design takes cues from the practical function of the products — to facilitate the passage of water — by stripping the forms down to their most elemental essence.

The Danish Maritime Museum is placed underground, just outside the wall of a dry dock in a formerly abandoned shipyard. In text, photographs and architectural drawings, Peter documents this remarkable adventure in architecture, civil and structural engineering.

Through the scorching heat of the Arabian Desert to the unforgiving chill of the Finnish tundra, HOT TO COLD: an odyssey of architectural adaptation takes visitors on a journey across the globe to explore the forces that shape our cities and buildings.

The book Superkilen celebrates the dawn of a new type of urban public space. Click on the image and read more about the book and how to buy it.

Published by the Chinese publisher Liaoning, this book is a collection of more than forty projects completed by BIG between and Buy the DVD including 45 minutes of bonus material.

Introduction by Boris Broman Jensen. In English and Spanish, the issue presents 16 of our newest projects all over the world, organized in a thermodynamic itinerary from hot to cold.

The special issue highlights BIG's latest projects ranging from the large-scale urban projects to smaller residences worldwide, including recent pictures from construction sites in Miami, Copenhagen, NYC, Shenzhen, Bahamas, Mexico and many more.

Our journey started in Copenhagen in , followed by an office in NYC in , London in and Barcelona in Working on new projects, typologies and challenges — we are joined by new BIGsters with the skills, experience and expertise our projects need!

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BIG L transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries by weaving together building and landscape, planning, and programming, indoor and outdoor, public and private, to generate unforeseen typologies and synergies between the built and the grown.

We develop generous amenities for all through collaborative processes to create places people are proud of, love, and care for, allowing them to thrive through constant renewal fostered by the communities they serve.

BIG L engages in the adaption and mitigation of climate change, focusing on addressing sea level rise and storm surge risks threatening our coastal cities.

The scale, both spatial and temporal, at which those phenomena occur forces us to rethink the ways landscape designers, architects, and engineers seamlessly collaborate and join forces with governments, agencies, and communities for a fruitful public design process.

BIG L engages in a broad range of mandates including placemaking, biophilia, coastal resiliency, master planning, and future-proofing projects.

To make these visions come true, we strategically engage stakeholders, communities, institutions, and the broader design field during our design process.

This is achieved with inventive landscape typologies, from residential to work spaces, inviting people to re connect with nature and the elements.

At BIG we practice knowledge driven design. To stretch the boundaries of the physical, financial, regulatory and environmental limits of design, we need to surround ourselves with the best experts in the fields outside our own expertise in architecture.

With an in-house team of engineers, we have learned how much more impactful our design thinking gets — having this expertise internally is the inevitable step towards the silo shattering interdisciplinary design innovation that we want to bring to the world.

BIG E covers a wide range of disciplines including structural and MEP engineering as well as indoor climate, daylight and energy analysis.

We work closely with our architects and designers from conception to completion and focus on creating an engineering story which compliments and reinforces the architectural narrative.

BIG E not only considers what structural solutions are economic and buildable but, more importantly, how our knowledge of forces and materials can support our investigations and architecture.

Statical studies show how the flow of force may shape the building form, how the disposition of columns may help to delineate between different functions or how the arrangement of roof beams may modify natural light.

Our solutions are often developed from the bottom-up as a direct consequence of site-specific environmental conditions.

Technical simulations are used to understand the complex interaction between the built environment and the natural environment, such as daylight, acoustic comfort, shadow casting, solar radiation to inform a wide variety of architectural concerns ranging from the overall massing and orientation of the building to the specification of the ventilation system and facade.

BIG is a Copenhagen, New York and London based group of architects, designers, urbanists, landscape professionals, interior and product designers, researchers and inventors.

The success of any consumer electronic product depends on three main factors: the design, the features and the usability.

However most products today are over designed and have too many features, thus creating a complex interface and ultimately decreasing its ease of use.

Instead we optimized the most important features, kept the design simple with a nod to the classic door knob and most importantly, designed it to be as small as possible.

Rather than arbitrary aesthetic or stylistic prejudice, all decisions are based on project specific information — Information Driven Design.

Our effort as architects is sandwiched in the window of opportunity between analysis and implementation. And our influence happens in the translation from information to material.

BIG IDEAS is an internal technology driven special projects unit, expanding the traditional scope of the architect into the realm of information and material.

On the other end of the spectrum where the design intelligence gets manifested into the material world, we have increasingly encountered that our imagination was limited to what was already on the shelves.

Through our collaboration as part of KiBiSi — our design partnership with Kilo Design and Skibsted Ideation — we have explored personal technology, urban mobility and furniture.

As daylight analysis directly influences the building geometry and as studies of thermal exposure, conditions the building envelope, we are increasingly relying on technical simulations that would traditionally be part of the engineering scope.

To speed up the feedback loop between design and analysis, between trial and error, we have internalized the environmental analysis into our own office.

Daylight, sunshine, thermal exposure, airflow, turbulence, wind, space syntax and traffic flow are technical simulations we now control to enable ourselves to make designs that are literally shaped by the forces that surround them.

We still collaborate with the best technical experts to tap into the cutting edge at the horizon of the profession, but we have found it necessary to educate ourselves to wield the digital tools of design.

Not just building information management or digitally aided design but also environmental simulation must become part of our architectural tool kit.

Our expanded parametric design tools are helping us start to formulate a vernacular architecture 2. Rather than accepting the inhibitions from the architectural scope starting too late and leaving too early — missing out on both research and production — with BIG IDEAS were are starting a new journey to explore new intellectual territory in both the digital and material realm.

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RIPPLE Ripple is inspired by repeating elements found in nature that grow and expand in organic ways, like molecular growth. LA LINEA La Linea is a flexible tube of light, capable of twisting and turning throughout endless distances for countless applications in a wide variety of locations.

TAPER The Taper Collection is a series of bathroom fittings that merge countertop, faucet and running water into one visually seamless design.

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Josh : Wow, thanks. This summer, University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design is hosting a series of chats with professionals in the Landscape Architecture field, designed for students but also open to the public.

Registration is available here. As a vision for the first resilient and sustainable floating community for 10, residents, the man-made ecosystem is anchored in the UN Sustainable Development Goals, channeling flows of energy, water, food and waste to create a blueprint for a modular maritime metropolis.

Public spaces are offering a sense of relief and relaxation from the confinements of home. BBC News scopes the world for creative takes on outdoor architecture and design, including Superkilen in Copenhagen, designed in extensive consultation with local communities that resulted in the inclusion of objects they particularly cherish: from a Moroccan fountain and palm trees from China to neon signs from Qatar and Russia.

Forbes shares an update on the future of travel, reimagined by Virgin Hyperloop One. In the age of coronavirus, Hyperloop provides intelligent transportation for a distributed workforce to travel across vast distances in a safer, cleaner, easier and faster way than airlines.

Our sincere gratitude and tremendous thanks extend to the medical teams and volunteers continuing the battle on the front lines against COVID The Talks interviews Bjarke Ingels on his visions for the ideal city of the future, one where ecology and economy combine successfully.

The conversation dives into the return of nature, where urban integrated agriculture and environmentally progressive designs take center stage.

As the museum prepares to open its doors to the public this summer, visitors can anticipate a spiraling journey to view watchmakers at work as well as a collection of the most complicated timepieces ever produced by Audemars Piguet.

Designed by BIG Ideas, the new family of lamps includes the same qualities and design details in various sizes, with each carrying its own unique personality.

In an effort to expand educational resources for teachers and families, Netflix has made a selection of documentary features and series, including Abstract: The Art of Design , available on the Netflix US YouTube channel.

Season one includes an episode on Bjarke Ingels and the design process uniting function, fantasy and sustainability towards pragmatic utopias.

BIG is a Copenhagen, New York, London and Barcelona based group of architects, designers, urbanists, landscape professionals, interior and product designers, researchers and inventors.

The office is currently involved in a large number of projects throughout Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East. Not least due to the influence from multicultural exchange, global economical flows and communication technologies that all together require new ways of architectural and urban organization.

Like a form of programmatic alchemy we create architecture by mixing conventional ingredients such as living, leisure, working, parking and shopping.

By hitting the fertile overlap between pragmatic and utopia, we architects once again find the freedom to change the surface of our planet, to better fit contemporary life forms.

Bjarke defines architecture as the art and science of making sure our cities and buildings fit with the way we want to live our lives.

Through careful analysis of various parameters from local culture and climate, ever-changing patterns of contemporary life, to the ebbs and flows of the global economy, Bjarke believes in the idea of information-driven-design as the driving force for his design process.

He compliments his professional work through previous teaching assignments at the University of Florida, the New School of Architecture in San Diego and his alma mater the University of Virginia.

He is partner-in-charge of competitions, masterplans and large-scale buildings in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Jakob is also a Board member at Virgin Hyperloop One.

Working in both Paris and Copenhagen for many years has given him an excellent knowledge of European culture and building practice.

For five years, Jakob has worked closely with Dominique Perrault in participating on prize-winning projects, including the Palais des Sports de Rouen, which he led through all phases to construction, as well as the French Pavilion for the Venice Biennale for which he was Project Leader.

Prior to his current role, he worked on a variety of healthcare, educational, and cultural projects around the globe. Beat has more than 20 years of experience as Project Architect and Designer and has sharpened his skills while working on many notable buildings in North America, Europe, and the Middle East.

While at Frank O. Daniel joined BIG in and became Partner in He has worked closely with Bjarke Ingels on a wide range of projects from the 8 House, a residential building in Copenhagen, to the conceptual design of a mobile gallery for the Tate Modern in London.

Most recently he has been the design leader for LEGO House, which opened its doors to critical acclaim in With a background in energy efficiency research as well as undergraduate studies in economics, Brian brings additional focus on environmental and economic sustainability into all of his projects.

Most recently she was the Design Leader for a residential complex in Hualien, Taiwan that seeks to blur the line between natural landscape and the built environment.

Ole has vast experience in project management and controlling of both large and small-scale projects. Agustin Perez-Torres first worked at BIG in Copenhagen from to , during which he collaborated with Bjarke on a number of international projects, including the 8 House.

Agustin became a Partner in and is currently leading various design competitions, serving as the Partner-in-Charge for the Redskins Stadium in D.

C and the F. C Barcelona Camp Nou stadium competition. Prior to his design work, Agustin has worked as an architectural journalist and has assisted with major architectural exhibitions.

Martin moved to New York City in and became a key member of the project team for the 60, m2 mixed-use development Vancouver House in Canada.

Martin also worked at Studio Scholz, a design firm in Stuttgart, Germany, and completed various interior design projects independently.

Before studying architecture, he was originally trained as a carpenter. After completing architectural studies at California Polytechnic University, Leon has worked with renowned offices in Japan, Scandinavia, and Portugal, designing a variety of cultural, residential and master planning projects around the globe, including the New Oslo Central Station and the Ginza Swatch Building in Tokyo.

German Sustainability Award, Nykredits Architecture Prize, Architizer Firm of the Year Award, London Design Awards, Gold Winner, ArchDaily, Housing Building of the Year, The International Highrise Award, Beazley Designs of the Year, Nominee, World Architecture Festival Housing, Finalist, Holcim Awards Innovation Taskforce, European Prize of Architecture Philippe Rotthier, ArchDaily Cultural Building of the Year, Civic Trust Awards, Winner, Design Educates Award, Architectural Design, Scandinavian Green Roof Award, Aga Khan Award for Architecture, ArchDaily Building of the Year, World Architecture Festival, Shortlist, Canadian Architect Award of Excellence, PCI Harry H.

Edwards Industry Advancement Award, Den Danske Lyspris, Winner, Snedker Craftsmenship Prize, London Design Awards, Silver Winner, London Design Award, Gold Winner, Red Dot Best of the Best Award, Archiproducts Design Awards, Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award, Urban Land Institute Award for Excellence, Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award, Architectural Digest Great Design Award, Byplanprisen Town Planning Award Finalist, Addressing risk from coastal and stormwater flooding, Islais Hyper-Creek serves as an opportunity to bring the existing industrial ecosystem into the next economy.

Six proposed pilot projects, developed together with stakeholders and local communities, will kickstart a long-term process towards realizing the overall vision.

From Manhattan, to Humanhattan! Together with One Architecture and Sherwood Engineers, we are thinking of ecology, people, infrastructure and transit working together as self-enforcing systems.

We're excited to continue the conversation in not only saving the bay, but growing the bay for nature, people and changing climates.

Milano design fair for Milan Design Week. Danish filmmaker Kaspar Astrup Schröder paints an intimate portrait of Bjarke and BIG's development over the past seven years — the unveiling documentary has premiered in Denmark, and will screen in theatres across the country until June.

Stay tuned for international premiere dates. The Netflix original docu-series, Abstract: The Art of Design , takes viewers inside the minds and behind-the-scenes of our creative process.

Aerial filming by Halo Aerial Image. Aerial photography by darkhorse. The plus story building is developed by Silverstein Properties and will serve as the new headquarters for 21st Century Fox and News Corp.

C until August 30th, Alphabet of Light starts from an abacus of essential geometries and forms a new font that translates into light, like an alphabet used to write and express thoughts, or a tool to give shape to spaces.

Either straight or curved base modules made with precise geometric proportions allow for the combination of elements to build countless light structures, both essential and complex.

It is an elementary principle generating an open system. Gople Lamp enhances the beauty of glass, hand-processed according to an ancient Venetian technique that gradually turns white glass into crystal glass by combining both upon blowing, thus making each piece unique.

Through an innovative and sustainable metal vacuum deposition process, finishes are avaliable in silver, bronze, copper and blue. The classic shape has been upscaled and designed as a whole unit, uniting socket and bulb into one form.

The fixture hides the low energy light source, ensuring a comfortable soft light. The pendant consists of an acid treated opal glass shade, an aluminium suspension and an extra thick silicone cord.

The Keglen Collection is a systematic design language for a wide range of lighting typologies. This family of lamps have similar characteristics, yet are maximised for their intended use with varied sizes and unique personalities.

The main feature of the lamp is the organic shaped glass that sits perfectly underneath, as if shaped by physics and cohesive forces found in nature.

Ripple is inspired by repeating elements found in nature that grow and expand in organic ways, like molecular growth.

The lamp can grow or morph into different configurations, and the soft elements can be added to provide acoustic properties to suit the needs of certain interior environments.

Trumpet is a fixture which accomodates many building services such as lighting, audio and ventilation. The subtle hyperbolic shape of Trumpet blends almost imperceptibly into the ceiling.

The deeply recessed LED module provides lighting with minimal glare. With a specially developed surface with small laser-cut points, Trumpet creates an extremely homogeneous distribution of light.

This versatility makes it ideal for use in offices. Silverback is designed to create an interface between the architectural space and light.

Neither integrated, nor flashy. Silverback has a soft water drop like shape that combines a metallic part with an opal white diffuser.

The metallic part mirrors the ceiling or wall the fixture is mounted on, giving a unique morphed experience regardless of the background qualities.

La Linea is a flexible tube of light, capable of twisting and turning throughout endless distances for countless applications in a wide variety of locations.

Elegant and sleek, La Linea is created for both indoor and outdoor spaces. Each individual modular element is 5 meters long but can be extended endlessly and seamlessly thanks to its concealed joints without visible shadows or signs.

Voxel Sofa is a modular sofa system expressed through the concept of a building block, a three dimensional pixel — a voxel.

The grid-like system creates a family of units that can be configured into multiple seating scenarios, from single unit couch to a large, flexible configurations.

The Brick sofa series is designed to have strong architectural references. It consists of a chair and a pouffe, as well as both a two- and three-seater sofa.

The point of departure was a classic brick bond forming the cushion pattern. The cushions are tied together and fixed with a tailor-quality button made from fiber concrete.

Resembling the soft oval shape of a lily pad, the Lillum series welcomes you with a curious and inviting gesture made of honest materials and designed as a contemporary, urban expression.

Lillum is designed for the modern, flexible and pragmatic time we live in, when outdoor furniture is not necessarily only used outdoors but can also blend in naturally in the living room, the lounge area of a restaurant or in the workplace.

As a flexible module, VIA 57 can be configured to fit into various interiors such as lobbies, receptions, lounges and private homes.

The chair is composed of a steel frame embedded in molded soft polyeurothane foam. These two densities create the soft yet firm comfort. The wooden base creates an elegant finish towards the floor letting the chair almost float in space.

Scoop is a contemporary chair for all spaces. The innovative gyroscope-like suspension system enables the user to tilt the chair forward and backwards, conveying a free, suspended feeling.

The Y-shaped aluminum beam creates a visual and functional overlap between seat and base. Scoop merges craft with technology: the innovative technical edge increases comfort and maintains a clear and simple Scandinavian appearance.

Scoop is available in a conference and lounge chair edition. The XTable desk is a piece of office furniture accommodating multiple working positions and daily reshuffling.

All technical features are constructively integrated in the tabletop. It uses a century-old principle known from carjacks, ironing boards and other iconic tools.

The principle is a radical redesign of the traditional office desk. XTable is designed with an optional storage solution for office supplies and other belongings.

The BIG-reformed kitchen cabinet is designed to work with the IKEA flat-pack kitchen, and has an affordable price yet novel characteristics.

The elegant, unconventional handles are made from seat belt fabric. Available in a white or an oak finish, the simple yet refined design evokes a holistic feeling for a modern-day kitchen setting.

Totem Shelf is a freestanding bookcase consisting of a series of stacked volumes. Each volume is split diagonally into quarters, creating small frames or dioramas for personal belongings.

The shelves come in wood, aluminum, chromatized, blackened, galvanized and stainless-steel variations.

The new habitat for two giant pandas were created in the yin-yang symbol, based on the Chinese philosophy for balance and opposition within a simple shape.

The wooden figure Panda mimics this simplicity, with the rotation of the upper mody and movability of the arms and legs. The Panda figure is available in the large or small size.

Similar to soap bubbles, porcelain balls are joined together to form an object with a strong character that will stand out in any interior.

Friday Lock is a smart home product which combines a minimal form and enhanced security features. Controlled via smartphone, the smat lock can automatically unlock a door when it senses the resident approaching, lock it as they leave, or allow them to remotely control who has access to the property.

It is designed it to fit on the inside of almost any door in place of the traditional thumb turn.

Friday Lock is the smallest and smartest retrofit lock to safeguard your home. The Pebble Collection brings luxury and high quality design to ubiquitous, everyday objects.

Pebble is a playful, contemporary collection which includes a soap dispenser, shower shelf, towel rail, toilet brush, toilet roll holder, coat hook, lever handle, key escutcheon and thumb turn offerings.

The Taper Collection is a series of bathroom fittings that merge countertop, faucet and running water into one visually seamless design. Taper marries advanced engineering with a minimalist style that is deeply rooted in the principles of classic Mid-Century Danish design.

The design takes cues from the practical function of the products — to facilitate the passage of water — by stripping the forms down to their most elemental essence.

The Danish Maritime Museum is placed underground, just outside the wall of a dry dock in a formerly abandoned shipyard.

In text, photographs and architectural drawings, Peter documents this remarkable adventure in architecture, civil and structural engineering.

Through the scorching heat of the Arabian Desert to the unforgiving chill of the Finnish tundra, HOT TO COLD: an odyssey of architectural adaptation takes visitors on a journey across the globe to explore the forces that shape our cities and buildings.

The book Superkilen celebrates the dawn of a new type of urban public space. Click on the image and read more about the book and how to buy it.

Published by the Chinese publisher Liaoning, this book is a collection of more than forty projects completed by BIG between and Buy the DVD including 45 minutes of bonus material.

Introduction by Boris Broman Jensen. In English and Spanish, the issue presents 16 of our newest projects all over the world, organized in a thermodynamic itinerary from hot to cold.

The special issue highlights BIG's latest projects ranging from the large-scale urban projects to smaller residences worldwide, including recent pictures from construction sites in Miami, Copenhagen, NYC, Shenzhen, Bahamas, Mexico and many more.

Our journey started in Copenhagen in , followed by an office in NYC in , London in and Barcelona in Working on new projects, typologies and challenges — we are joined by new BIGsters with the skills, experience and expertise our projects need!

This is how we continue to grow and get better at what we do. If you are interested in joining BIG, view our current opportunities here or sign up for updates here.

We look forward to hearing from you! For all new business requests, please send an e-mail to newbiz big. For all media requests worldwide, please send an e-mail to press big.

To request a lecture, please kindly fill out this form HERE. If there is additional material to go along with your request please send to lectures big.

For inquiries relating to recruitment or questions about our available positions, please write to people big. BIG L transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries by weaving together building and landscape, planning, and programming, indoor and outdoor, public and private, to generate unforeseen typologies and synergies between the built and the grown.

We develop generous amenities for all through collaborative processes to create places people are proud of, love, and care for, allowing them to thrive through constant renewal fostered by the communities they serve.

BIG L engages in the adaption and mitigation of climate change, focusing on addressing sea level rise and storm surge risks threatening our coastal cities.

The scale, both spatial and temporal, at which those phenomena occur forces us to rethink the ways landscape designers, architects, and engineers seamlessly collaborate and join forces with governments, agencies, and communities for a fruitful public design process.

BIG L engages in a broad range of mandates including placemaking, biophilia, coastal resiliency, master planning, and future-proofing projects.

To make these visions come true, we strategically engage stakeholders, communities, institutions, and the broader design field during our design process.

This is achieved with inventive landscape typologies, from residential to work spaces, inviting people to re connect with nature and the elements.

At BIG we practice knowledge driven design. To stretch the boundaries of the physical, financial, regulatory and environmental limits of design, we need to surround ourselves with the best experts in the fields outside our own expertise in architecture.

With an in-house team of engineers, we have learned how much more impactful our design thinking gets — having this expertise internally is the inevitable step towards the silo shattering interdisciplinary design innovation that we want to bring to the world.

BIG E covers a wide range of disciplines including structural and MEP engineering as well as indoor climate, daylight and energy analysis.

We work closely with our architects and designers from conception to completion and focus on creating an engineering story which compliments and reinforces the architectural narrative.

BIG E not only considers what structural solutions are economic and buildable but, more importantly, how our knowledge of forces and materials can support our investigations and architecture.

Statical studies show how the flow of force may shape the building form, how the disposition of columns may help to delineate between different functions or how the arrangement of roof beams may modify natural light.

Our solutions are often developed from the bottom-up as a direct consequence of site-specific environmental conditions. Technical simulations are used to understand the complex interaction between the built environment and the natural environment, such as daylight, acoustic comfort, shadow casting, solar radiation to inform a wide variety of architectural concerns ranging from the overall massing and orientation of the building to the specification of the ventilation system and facade.

BIG is a Copenhagen, New York and London based group of architects, designers, urbanists, landscape professionals, interior and product designers, researchers and inventors.

The success of any consumer electronic product depends on three main factors: the design, the features and the usability. However most products today are over designed and have too many features, thus creating a complex interface and ultimately decreasing its ease of use.

Instead we optimized the most important features, kept the design simple with a nod to the classic door knob and most importantly, designed it to be as small as possible.

Rather than arbitrary aesthetic or stylistic prejudice, all decisions are based on project specific information — Information Driven Design.

Our effort as architects is sandwiched in the window of opportunity between analysis and implementation. And our influence happens in the translation from information to material.

BIG IDEAS is an internal technology driven special projects unit, expanding the traditional scope of the architect into the realm of information and material.

On the other end of the spectrum where the design intelligence gets manifested into the material world, we have increasingly encountered that our imagination was limited to what was already on the shelves.

Through our collaboration as part of KiBiSi — our design partnership with Kilo Design and Skibsted Ideation — we have explored personal technology, urban mobility and furniture.

As daylight analysis directly influences the building geometry and as studies of thermal exposure, conditions the building envelope, we are increasingly relying on technical simulations that would traditionally be part of the engineering scope.

To speed up the feedback loop between design and analysis, between trial and error, we have internalized the environmental analysis into our own office.

Daylight, sunshine, thermal exposure, airflow, turbulence, wind, space syntax and traffic flow are technical simulations we now control to enable ourselves to make designs that are literally shaped by the forces that surround them.

We still collaborate with the best technical experts to tap into the cutting edge at the horizon of the profession, but we have found it necessary to educate ourselves to wield the digital tools of design.

Not just building information management or digitally aided design but also environmental simulation must become part of our architectural tool kit.

Our expanded parametric design tools are helping us start to formulate a vernacular architecture 2. Rather than accepting the inhibitions from the architectural scope starting too late and leaving too early — missing out on both research and production — with BIG IDEAS were are starting a new journey to explore new intellectual territory in both the digital and material realm.

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RIPPLE Ripple is inspired by repeating elements found in nature that grow and expand in organic ways, like molecular growth.

LA LINEA La Linea is a flexible tube of light, capable of twisting and turning throughout endless distances for countless applications in a wide variety of locations.

TAPER The Taper Collection is a series of bathroom fittings that merge countertop, faucet and running water into one visually seamless design.

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David Zahle. Jakob Lange. Jakob Sand. Kai-Uwe Bergmann. Leon Rost. Martin Voelkle. Thomas Christoffersen.

Bartosz Kobylakiewicz. Geoffrey Eberle. Gonzalo Ivan Castro. Hanna Johansson. Maria Sole Bravo. Petros Palatsidis. Aileen Koh. Aina Medina Girones.

Alberto Menegazzo. Alex Ritivoi. Alexander Matthias Jacobson. Alice Nielsen. Ana-Maria Vindfeldt. Anders Bruntse. Anders Holden Deleuran.

Andrea Megan Hector. Andrea Suardi. Andreas Bak. Andy Coward. Anne Brown Frandsen. Anne-Charlotte Wiklander. Annette Jensen.

Artemis Antonopoulou. Borko Nikolic. Camilla Breuil. Camilla Miehs. Carlos Ramos Tenorio. Chiu Fai Can.

Christina Boysen. Claudia Micula. Cristina Gimenez. Dalma Ujvari. Dan Bjerg Hansen. Derek John Lange. Dimitrie Grigorescu. Dominic James Black.

Dominik Mrozinski. Dora Jiabao Lin. Enea Michelesio. Eric Li. Eskild Schack Pedersen. Eva Seo-Andersen.

Ewa Bryzek. Filip Jacek Rozkowski. Francisco Castellanos. Francois Ducatez. Frederik Lyng. Frederik Skou Jensen. Gabrielle Nadeau.

Peter Mortensen. Gerhard Pfeiler. Gritt Madsen. Gül Ertekin. Heidi Pedersen. Henrik Jacobsen. Hsiao Rou Huang. Hung-Kai Liao.

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Jesper Petersen. Jinho Lee. Joos Jerne. Julia Novaes Tabet. Kamilla Heskje. Kathryn Chow. Katrine Juul. Kekoa Charlot. Kristian Palsmar.

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