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Bjarke Ingels:
Hedonistic sustainability

TEDxEast · 22:25 · Filmed May 2011
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Bjarke Ingels: Hedonistic sustainability
22:25 · Filmed May 2011 at TEDxEast · Subtitles available in 0 languages

Bjarke Ingels' architecture is luxurious, sustainable and community-driven. In this talk, he shows us his playful designs, from a factory chimney that blows smoke rings to a ski slope built atop a waste processing plant. (Filmed at TEDxEast.)

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Theory meets pragmatism meets optimism in Bjarke Ingels' architecture. His big-think approach is informed by a hands-on, ground-up understanding of the needs of a building's occupants and surroundings. Full bio
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