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In the big picture, architecture is the art and science of making sure that our cities and buildings fit with the way we want to live our lives.

In the big picture, architecture is the art and science of making sure that our cities and buildings fit with the way we want to live our lives.

Sustainability can't be like some sort of a moral sacrifice or political dilemma or a philanthropical cause. It has to be a design challenge.

Sustainability can't be like some sort of a moral sacrifice or political dilemma or a philanthropical cause. It has to be a design challenge.

In Copenhagen, there's a long-term commitment to creating a well-functioning pedestrian city where all forms of movement - pedestrian, bicycles, cars, public transportation - are accommodated with equal priority. ---->>>

Architecture is restricted to such a limited vocabulary. A building is either a high-rise or a perimeter block or a town house. ---->>>

I think the avant-garde often hides itself in the highly incomprehensible because they are frustrated that the real world is so boring. ---->>>

Architects have to become designers of eco-systems. Not just designers of beautiful facades or beautiful sculptures, but systems of economy and ecology, where we channel the flow not only of people, but also the flow of resources through our cities and buildings. ---->>>

All evidence shows that we are actually getting smarter. Roughly we are getting 10 IQ points smarter every decade. The speed of innovation is also faster. ---->>>

My drawing skills probably froze around when I was 18... Now I'm more interested in the story, how the drawings, the layout can help express the stories and communicate them. ---->>>

In the traditional modernist planning that created the suburbs, you put residential buildings in suburban neighborhoods, office spaces into brain parks and retail in shopping malls. But you fail to exploit the possibility of symbiosis or synthesis that way. ---->>>

You can say, like, planet Earth has an existing geology, and what we do as human beings and as architects is that we try to sort of alter and modify and expand the geology. ---->>>

I think architecture is rarely the product of a single ideology. It's more like it can be shaped by a really big idea. It can accommodate a lot of life forms. ---->>>

I almost never listen to the radio. ---->>>

New York is flat - it's ideal for bicycling. ---->>>

All comic books take place in built environments, and I was very good at drawing people and animals, and stuff like that, but I hadn't spent much energy drawing buildings. So I thought, maybe I could, and then I became an architect. ---->>>

I believe that architecture, as anything else in life, is evolutionary. Ideas evolve; they don't come from outer space and crash into the drawing board.

I believe that architecture, as anything else in life, is evolutionary. Ideas evolve; they don't come from outer space and crash into the drawing board.

For me, architecture is the means, not the end. It's a means of making different life forms possible.

For me, architecture is the means, not the end. It's a means of making different life forms possible.

St. Petersburg is a wonderful city. You have wonderful parks, birds singing in the trees, manatees in the water, pelicans. So it's like this little paradise on Earth. ---->>>

Biography

Bjarke Ingels profile (bjarke-ingels.jpg)
Nationality: Danish
Born: 10-02, 1974
Birthplace: Copenhagen, Denmark
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Occupation: Architect
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Bjarke Bundgaard Ingels (Danish pronunciation: [ˈb̥jɑːg̊ə ˈb̥ɔng̊ɒːˀ ˈeŋˀl̩s]; born 2 October 1974) is a Danish architect. He is the founder and creative partner of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) since 2005. He is known for buildings that defy traditional architectural conventions and dimensions, ranging from representations of mountains to snowflakes (wikipedia)