Danish architect Bjarke Ingels rockets through photo/video-mingled stories of his eco-flashy designs. His buildings not only look like nature — they act like nature: blocking the wind, collecting solar energy — and creating stunning views.

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PedrodeBF

May 11, 2020

2009 the mans already thinking of mars…

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Arq Ruben Dominguez

May 11, 2020

Ven a León México… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVUyUJK6XQI

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Pablo NSELELE

May 11, 2020

Big vision

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Arsilogi ID

May 11, 2020

Bjarke is absolutely such of nowadays brilliant..

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Harshil Patel

May 11, 2020

Genius

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Valerron White

May 11, 2020

I am impressed by the mathematical basis of his ideas.

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Gabriella Tenenbaum

May 11, 2020

Ok. Im not into the idea of taking the little mermaid and bringing it to china.

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Joe Kim

May 11, 2020

Bla Bla Bla

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Helen Clement

May 11, 2020

Genius! Brilliant!!

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muhd akieff

May 11, 2020

genius, the design is so funtional rather than the form

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g dawg

May 11, 2020

this has nothing to do with the architecture of warp speed drives. why would anyone bother listening to this

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smb12321

May 11, 2020

This is a "real" TED talk! So many have devolved into strange presentations of personal opinion on arcane topics by odd characters but Ingels raises both the philosophical and professional level. I consulted for years in project development and can attest that this is one of the best – and most important – talks on the subject I've ever heard. Every student should be required to follow a project – attend meetings, note the evolution of ideas, how one change causes more, the hundreds of simultaneous tasks required to complete a job on time. I am convinced that if folks knew the extraordinary effort that went into a building, computer system, medical device or new vehicle it would change their view that "someone somewhere did something to make this happen." Ingels's ideas are bold and exciting even if you don't always agree with the details.

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Yuan Wang

May 11, 2020

who can tell me what's the name of the background music?

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QOTSA IS GOD

May 11, 2020

If you're inspired by / admire this kind of architecture, you don't know anything about real architecture.

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Andrey Dvoretskiy

May 11, 2020

Уффффф! Дух захватывает!

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Camlibrary

May 11, 2020

good

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Pro Veritatem

May 11, 2020

Bad architecture. Maybe good for aliens or robots to live in, not for humans tho.

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ChrisLovesNature

May 11, 2020

I started my studies in Architecture 2 months ago and from now on I get goosebumps whenever I hear the word Architecture.

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Роман Леонидов, архитектор.

May 11, 2020

Замечательная серия, очень полезно и познавательно. Спасибо.

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The Labyrinth

May 11, 2020

this guy is an inspiration. creative mind

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Vicky Barbieri

May 11, 2020

The fact that they saved their proyect because "they might be right for another client or culture" seems awesome… but shipping a statue, hundreds of bikes and hundreds of gallons of water from DENMARK to CHINA seems like he can't stop reaching for a single minute. Mountain dwellings gives ZERO answers to site matters, it's just a mountain in a sea of tiny houses. And if you dont believe me you can check on google earth. i mean, please… bjarke is amazing but opportunism and propaganda at its finest

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have a nice day

May 11, 2020

''and we obviously agreed with him.
but uhm..unfortunately now Mr. Chen is in prison for corruption''
so funny 😀

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YANG Liu

May 11, 2020

better city= better live? wtF!

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EMRE BİLOL

May 11, 2020

Press it. PRESS IT FOR GLORY!

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vsaur

May 11, 2020

Always disappointed when I see a video like this talking about making something that looks amazing. I see the date the video was posted was 2009 and think certainly this is almost done. So i google it, the carbon neutral island was never started.

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Gary Young

May 11, 2020

The project in azerbaijan was a bit tacky, you cant imitate the nature, you can only be inspired by it.

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fatima rady

May 11, 2020

An amazing and very cool video in true all my admiration for BIG

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Araceli Cotrina

May 11, 2020

el mejor !

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EyesOfTheLion 11

May 11, 2020

This motherfucker is so fucking COOL!!!!

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tylor Gallagher

May 11, 2020

actually that's a myth you cant see the great wall from space. (you cant even see it on google maps derrr)

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Bonifácio Neves

May 11, 2020

Parabéns. Grandes projetos.

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McK3nny Tenjimaru

May 11, 2020

izit arnold schwarzenegger son 😀

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Robert Suazo Alarcón

May 11, 2020

Chinese wall can NOT be seen from the moon my dear. Still, greatest performance on architecture topics I've ever seen.

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Joyce de botton

May 11, 2020

no lo conocía, y lo encuentro muy creativo, sus obras lo demuestran!

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John K Lindgren

May 11, 2020

Diagonal elevator or escalator?

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herpderpmonkey

May 11, 2020

screw frank gehry. these guys are way more creative and innovative. No crumbled sheets of paper needed.

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Nemukai Skywalker

May 11, 2020

Architecture school can be very disapointing at times so it's good to listen to people like Bjarke Ingels from time to time to remind myself why I'm majoring in Architecture and not something else. Great speech, very inspiring!

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pedro cg

May 11, 2020

lalalala a bunch of garbage

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let's be curious

May 11, 2020

I really enjoyed his speech, brilliant. However, I'd like to mention that Azerbaijan isn't a part of Central Asia, it rather belongs to Western Asia. 

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Adomas Novogrodskis

May 11, 2020

Arnold Schwarzenegger of architecture

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Archi Mug

May 11, 2020

That apartments building they called "the mountain" is so beautiful both in the architectural solutions and forms and the way they made an giant canvas in the facade !

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