Bjarke Ingels

One of the Most Inspirational Architects of our Time. Designed world-renowned structures such as Google’s first-ever ground-up Campus, Copenhill, Freedom Plaza, The Spiral in NYC.


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Bjarke Ingels is one of the most inspirational architects of our time, renowned for his visionary designs and groundbreaking approach to architecture. Recognized as one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, Ingels has left an indelible mark on the world of architecture with his bold and innovative creations.

As the founder of BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), Ingels has led his firm to international acclaim, establishing it as one of the foremost architectural practices globally. His designs are characterized by their fusion of creativity, sustainability, and social consciousness, setting new standards for architectural excellence.

Among his many notable achievements, Ingels designed Google’s groundbreaking first-ever ground-up campus, a testament to his ability to reimagine traditional architectural concepts and create spaces that inspire and innovate. His portfolio also includes iconic structures such as Copenhill, an innovative waste-to-energy plant with a ski slope on its roof, and Freedom Plaza, a dynamic urban space that serves as a vibrant hub for social interaction.

In New York City, Ingels’ influence is unmistakable, with his design for The Spiral redefining the city’s skyline and setting a new standard for sustainable high-rise architecture. His ability to seamlessly blend form and function has earned him widespread acclaim and cemented his reputation as a visionary architect shaping the cities of tomorrow.


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