Where Ingels dares to tread

Acclaimed Danish architect Bjarke Ingels always thinks BIG - literally – while running a firm that’s at the very cutting edge of contemporary design. He was in Dublin recently to expound on his creative vision

20th May, 2018
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Ingels is designing and building the Mars Science City in the desert outside Dubai

The expression ‘go big or go home’ seems to sum up the career and remarkable portfolio of Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, dubbed an architectural wunderkind and generally considered a big deal in the world of contemporary architecture and design.

The head of Bjarke Ingels Group, or BIG, was in Dublin earlier this month to speak at the Irish Foundation’s series of New Now Next lectures, where he captured the imagination and full attention...

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