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bjarke ingels group: BIG's amagerforbraending ski slope incinerator - designboom | architecture & design magazine

bjarke ingels group: BIG's amagerforbraending ski slope incinerator - designboom | architecture & design magazine | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it
bjarke ingels group: BIG's amagerforbraending ski slope incinerator offers a new breed of waste-to-energy plant, rebranding our notion of the factory.
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BIG Wins Europa City Development in Paris

BIG Wins Europa City Development in Paris | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

Danish architecture firm, BIG - led by Bjarke Ingels – has been announced as the winner of an international invited competition for the design of Europa City,  a 800,000 square meter cultural, recreational and retail development in Triangle de Gonesse, France.  Combining city development with an open landscape, Europa City creates a dynamic center of activity for visitors and residents, appealing to the variety of functions of city life.  Europa City is situated along the route from Charles de Gaule Airport to Paris and has a wide range of programs that is part of a larger initiative to attract international tourism into the northern parts of Paris.

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Greenland's New National Gallery by Bjarke Ingels Group

Greenland's New National Gallery by Bjarke Ingels Group | ARCHIresource | Scoop.it

Greenland National Gallery for Art will play a signifi cant role for the citizens of Greenland and the inhabitants of Nuuk as a cultural, social, political, urban and architectural focal point

Greenland National Gallery for Art will combine the art history of Greenland and contemporary art in one dynamic institution that communicates the continuous project of documenting and developing the Greenlandic national identity through art and culture. With its urban location and direct connection to landscape and nature there will be a rich opportunity to incorporate the Greenlandic nature as well as the surrounding urbanity. The gallery will be one common exhibition space that can be divided into many smaller galleries and accommodate changing exhibitions, but will clearly and unambiguously collect all Greenlandic and cirkumpolare artistic expression under one roof

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