Arquitectura Viva 230: Big - Sustainable Topographies
With over 40 built works in different parts of the planet the practice established in 2001 by Bjarke Ingels lives up to its name. From four offices the firm runs a vast network of professionals that has produced an architecture halfway between pragmatism at its strictest and utopia at its most idealistic, always with a sustainable approach which, regardless of program, seeks to improve people's lives. Such is the philosophy that shines through in the works featured in this issue: a museum in Switzerland, dwellings in Sweden, and a zoo and an unusual waste-energy plant in Denmark.
|80 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 30 cm, pb, Spanish/English|
Avisa - Museo Ico