Tag : Bjarke Ingels
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Grenfell refurb architect breaks its silence • Mackintosh tutor sacked for not staying silent • Beauty commission’s final report • Bjarke Ingels leaves WeWork
Bjarke Ingels is no longer employed as chief architect for WeWork, the shared office space giant has revealed amid mounting criticism of the Danish architect
Astragal: Centre Point’s embellished charactersSubscription
Whatever happened to the 2m-tall lettering taken from the top of Centre Point during its recent restoration?
Students have named Zaha Hadid as their favourite architectural role model in an online poll
Fast-expanding serviced office space provider WeWork has appointed Bjarke Ingels as its chief architect
Architect Piers Taylor hit TV screens just before Christmas as one of the contenders on BBC One’s Celebrity Mastermind. Fame-hungry readers will be encouraged to learn that the Invisible Studio founder counts as a celebrity, and one wouldn’t want to spoil this by suggesting it was his role as co-presenter of BBC Two’s ...
Britain’s top architecture practices face a brash new challenger as Bjarke Ingels brings his global brand to London. We should be afraid, says Richard Waite