The fate of the BQE's cantilevered stretch of highway—which must be fixed or repurposed—in Brooklyn Heights has stirred extensive controversy and multiple proposals. Now the Danish-American firm is throwing its hat into the ring.
OMA's Norra Tornen in Stockholm, whose showy launch purposely coincided with that of a nearby residential project by BIG, is a pedagogical embarrassment, our critic writes.
The Danish architect, who will counsel WeWork on its architecture and planning, will retain his role as creative director and founding partner at BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group.
The new plan responds to pushback from some preservationists and members of the public, preserving the existing landscape while expanding upon The Smithsonian's existing facilities.
Located in Billund, Denmark—LEGO's hometown—the House is meant to immerse adults and children alike in LEGO's system of creative, constructive play.
Urbanist, Marketeer, Horticulturalist: Frank Lloyd Wright Is All These and More at New MoMA Exhibition
Curator Barry Bergdoll breaks down "Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive" and explains why he hopes the show will signal a Wrightian renaissance.
The ambitious proposed additions to the Internet giant's headquarters have been met with skepticism and reservations.
In a recent podcast, the architect spoke at length about BIG's evolving design approach.