Posted May 03 2018 - 04:34 PM
In our world, the Bjarke Ingels Group is known primarily for designing The LEGO House and for occasionally building a LEGO model of one of their architectural designs (as any good Danish firm should). However, BIG has grown to be a giant of the architecture world, with large projects in seemingly every major world city (but not World City - you're thinking of Architecture). Their success isn't without scrutiny; a current piece in The New Republic summarizes the non-LEGO highlights of BIG's history and criticizes the ubiquity and distinctive style of the firm's recent (and upcoming) projects.
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