Exhibition of Bjarke Ingels Group at National Building Museum Sponsored by GRAPHISOFT
BUDAPEST, January 15, 2015 — GRAPHISOFT®, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, will sponsor renowned international design firm, BIG’s (Bjarke Ingels Group) returning exhibition to the National Building Museum.
Entitled HOT TO COLD: an odyssey of architectural adaptation, the display opens on January 24, 2015 and remains on view through August 30, 2015. The exhibition demonstrates how BIG’s design solutions exist in and are shaped by the hottest and the coldest parts of planet Earth. Featuring 20 of the studio's latest projects, the exhibit provides a glimpse into how the firm works with intense creativity and innovation while developing concepts for new buildings.
“We are honored to contribute to the exhibition of one of our most successful client’s signature designs at the National Building Museum,” said Viktor Varkonyi, CEO of GRAPHISOFT. “It’s a testimony to how significant their design philosophy and work has become in the United States and beyond.”
BIG is a Copenhagen and New York-based group of architects, designers, and thinkers operating within the fields of architecture, urbanism, research, and development. With an international team of more than 200 people led by eight Partners, BIG works on projects across a broad spectrum of industries and in more than 20 countries worldwide. BIG looks at how urban environments can increase the quality of life, designing cities and buildings as double ecosystems that are both ecologically and economically profitable. www.big.dk
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