Bjarke Ingels on

‘Yes Is More’

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  1. March 26, 2014, 12:00 am

    As an American, my first thought was That’s a lwuasit waiting to happen. The fact that I thought that is mildly depressing. I’m not a supporter of creating dangerous architecture for the sake of awesomeness, but I appreciate a design that can emerge without such a timid deference to planning bureaucrats that would constantly try to find risks in designs like these without showing much interest in grasping the bigger idea of architecture’s social purpose. This design, whether you like it or not, is purely made with the focus of creating a fun and exciting space that people can enjoy. I normally dislike most of the that BIG designs because of I think they often have a tone-deafness towards context in their brutally large scale , but this project is more about the grandiosity of architecture’s potential to create excitement and pride.

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