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AV Monographs 211-212. BIG

2013-2019

Uitgever:Arquitectura Viva

ISBN: 978-84-0908-370-1

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Spaans
  • 22 feb. 2019

This issue of AV monographs features project of: BIG - BJARKE INGELS from 2013 to 2019.

This second monograph that AV devotes to BIG is a snapshot of the busy moment that the studio is currently living. Their mediatic buildings have managed to combine the freedom of formal and ludic gestures that empathize with all kinds of clients and audiences, with a rigorous analysis of economic and environmental conditions. Opening with a conversation with Luis Fernández-Galiano, in which the Danish architect goes over his career, the monograph presents 35 works and designs drawn up since 2013, including the Maritime Museum of Denmark in Helsingør, the VIA 57 West residential building in New York, the LEGO House in Billund, the Amager waste treatment plant and skiing slope in Copenhagen, the 2 World Trade Center in New York, and the experimental project to build cities on Mars.

Works and projects

Danish National Maritime Museum, 2008-2013, Helsingør (Denmark)
Gammel Hellerup High School, 2009-2015, Hellerup (Denmark)
Glasir-Tórshavn College, 2009-2018, Tórshavn (Faroe Islands)
Shenzhen Energy Headquarters, 2009-2018, Shenzhen (China)
VIA 57 West, 2010-2016, New York (USA)
Amager Resource Center / Copenhill, 2010-2018, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Dortheavej Residences, 2010-2018, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Transitlager Warehouse Basel, 2011-2017, Basel (Switzerland)
Tirpitz Museum, 2011-2017, Blåvand (Denmark)
79th&Park Hillside, 2011-2018, Stockholm (Sweden)
Vancouver House Mixed-Use Tower, 2011-, Vancouver (Canada)
Kistefos Museum, 2011-, Jevnaker (Norway)
Maison de l’Économie et de la Culture en Aquitaine (MECA), 2011-, Bordeaux (France)
Grove at Grand Bay, 2012-2016, Miami (USA)
LEGO House, 2012-2017, Billund (Denmark)
Telus Sky Tower, 2013-, Calgary (Canada)
Aarhus Harbor Bath and AARhus, 2013-, Aarhus (Denmark)
Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet and Hôtel des Horlogers, 2013-, Le Brassus (Switzerland
The Big U, 2013, New York (USA)
Honeycomb Residences, 2013-, Nassau (Bahamasz
Urban Rigger, 2014-2016, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Omniturm, 2014-, Frankfurt (Germany)
The Spiral, 2014-, New York (USA)
2 World Trade Center, 2014-, New York (USA)
Noma Restaurant, 2015-2018, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Panda House, 2015-, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Google King’s Cross, 2015-, London (United Kingdom)
Google Charleston East, 2015-, Mountain View (USA)
The XI, 2015-, New York (USA)
King Toronto Building, 2015-, Toronto (Canada)
Isenberg School of Management Innovation Hub, 2015-, Amherst (USA)
Serpentine Pavilion, 2016, London (United Kingdom)
S. Pellegrino Flagship Factory, 2016-, San Pellegrino Terme (Italy
Google Caribbean, 2017-, Sunnyvale (USA)
Mars Science City, 2018-, Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

This issue of AV monographs features project of: BIG - BJARKE INGELS from 2013 to 2019.

This second monograph that AV devotes to BIG is a snapshot of the busy moment that the studio is currently living. Their mediatic buildings have managed to combine the freedom of formal and ludic gestures that empathize with all kinds of clients and audiences, with a rigorous analysis of economic and environmental conditions. Opening with a conversation with Luis Fernández-Galiano, in which the Danish architect goes over his career, the monograph presents 35 works and designs drawn up since 2013, including the Maritime Museum of Denmark in Helsingør, the VIA 57 West residential building in New York, the LEGO House in Billund, the Amager waste treatment plant and skiing slope in Copenhagen, the 2 World Trade Center in New York, and the experimental project to build cities on Mars.

Works and projects

Danish National Maritime Museum, 2008-2013, Helsingør (Denmark)
Gammel Hellerup High School, 2009-2015, Hellerup (Denmark)
Glasir-Tórshavn College, 2009-2018, Tórshavn (Faroe Islands)
Shenzhen Energy Headquarters, 2009-2018, Shenzhen (China)
VIA 57 West, 2010-2016, New York (USA)
Amager Resource Center / Copenhill, 2010-2018, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Dortheavej Residences, 2010-2018, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Transitlager Warehouse Basel, 2011-2017, Basel (Switzerland)
Tirpitz Museum, 2011-2017, Blåvand (Denmark)
79th&Park Hillside, 2011-2018, Stockholm (Sweden)
Vancouver House Mixed-Use Tower, 2011-, Vancouver (Canada)
Kistefos Museum, 2011-, Jevnaker (Norway)
Maison de l’Économie et de la Culture en Aquitaine (MECA), 2011-, Bordeaux (France)
Grove at Grand Bay, 2012-2016, Miami (USA)
LEGO House, 2012-2017, Billund (Denmark)
Telus Sky Tower, 2013-, Calgary (Canada)
Aarhus Harbor Bath and AARhus, 2013-, Aarhus (Denmark)
Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet and Hôtel des Horlogers, 2013-, Le Brassus (Switzerland
The Big U, 2013, New York (USA)
Honeycomb Residences, 2013-, Nassau (Bahamasz
Urban Rigger, 2014-2016, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Omniturm, 2014-, Frankfurt (Germany)
The Spiral, 2014-, New York (USA)
2 World Trade Center, 2014-, New York (USA)
Noma Restaurant, 2015-2018, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Panda House, 2015-, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Google King’s Cross, 2015-, London (United Kingdom)
Google Charleston East, 2015-, Mountain View (USA)
The XI, 2015-, New York (USA)
King Toronto Building, 2015-, Toronto (Canada)
Isenberg School of Management Innovation Hub, 2015-, Amherst (USA)
Serpentine Pavilion, 2016, London (United Kingdom)
S. Pellegrino Flagship Factory, 2016-, San Pellegrino Terme (Italy
Google Caribbean, 2017-, Sunnyvale (USA)
Mars Science City, 2018-, Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

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