Bjarke Ingels: Annual Architecture Lecture 2015 | Royal Academy of Arts

Bjarke Ingels: Annual Architecture Lecture 2015 | Royal Academy of Arts

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels delivered the Royal Academy’s 25th Annual Architecture Lecture in the unique setting of the RA Summer Exhibition.

Bjarke Ingels is one of the world’s most exciting architects. His approach to design is to begin with the question, ‘What is the biggest problem – what is the greatest potential?’ He finds the answer through careful analysis of everything from local cultures and climates and ever-changing patterns of contemporary everyday life, to the ebbs and flows of the global economy.

The result is an information-driven architecture, innovative in both programme and technology, which stands as the material counterpart to the rapidly evolving realities of the twenty-first-century digital economy and digital communication networks.

Projects covered in this talk:

Hot To Cold: An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation : http://www.big.dk/#projects-h2c
Shenzhen Energy Mansion : http://www.big.dk/#projects-sem
Cite du Corps Humain : http://www.big.dk/#projects-hum
Danish National Maritime Museum : http://www.big.dk/#projects-sof
Gammel Hellerup High School : http://www.big.dk/#projects-ghg
La Maison des Fondateurs : http://www.big.dk/#projects-apm
Via at West 57th Street : http://www.big.dk/#projects-w57
Google North Bayshore : http://www.big.dk/#projects-gccp
Vancouver House : http://www.big.dk/#projects-van
The Dryline : http://www.big.dk/#projects-hud
2 World Trade Centre : http://www.big.dk/#projects-2wtc
Koutalaki Ski Village : http://www.big.dk/#projects-lap
Amager Resource Centre : http://www.big.dk/#projects-arc
Find out more about the Royal Academy of Arts architecture programme: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/page/…


Source/Credits: Royal Academy of Arts