A Look at Some of Architect Bjarke Ingels’s Most Whimsical and Awe-Inspiring Buildings
By MadeleineBjarke Ingels is a name to know. At only 42, the Danish-born architect has received a host of important commissions, founded his own firm, and now—he’s making his mark on New York City. Ingels moved to the city in 2010, and in 2015, his firm, BIG, relocated its U.S. headquarters near Wall Street. Last year, Ingels’s first completed project in New York, the residential building Via 57 West, opened. Between this West Side landmark in the making, and his plans for 2 World Trade Center, New Yorkers will be seeing a lot more of Ingels’s work. So, above, in honor of his recent profile in the February issue of Vogue, here are 10 of Ingels’s most impressive designs.