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Under the Skin: Exploring BIG Through the Danish Maritime Museum

  • 01
    Aug
    2014
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With a voluminous portfolio and a bold, light-hearted persona, Bjarke Ingels is among the most respected young architects of the era. Now, as he enters his forties, this article from Icon looks at one of his longest-running projects: The Danish National Maritime Museum. Exploring the development of this project from competition winning proposal in 2006 to completion last year, it discusses some of BIG’s more daring decisions for the museum’s design, as well as Ingels’ development as an architect on the international stage.

Cite:Connor Walker. "Under the Skin: Exploring BIG Through the Danish Maritime Museum" 01 Aug 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/533605/under-the-skin-exploring-big-through-the-danish-maritime-museum/>