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Bjarke Ingels

Architect

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Bjarke Ingels has established an international presence as a prodigy in his field, designing the wildly inventive buildings of tomorrow, both in shape and purpose. His bizarre structures, with curvy edges and shiny surfaces, not only look like something out of a sci-fi film, but are also sustainability focused. His works include a pyramid-shaped apartment building on the west side of Manhattan, an elevated staircase in Brooklyn Bridge Park, and a curvaceous boardwalk at the Maritime Youth House in Copenhagen.

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