Born on October 2, 1974 in Copenhagen, Denmark and child of Knud Bundgaard Jensen and Elisabet Ingles he was Bjarke Ingles. He had a very normal life and didn't have any other siblings which meant he was the only child. His parents said he was born with a natural talent of drawing and was very creative. His mother was a dentists and his father had an engineering career. Bjarke ingles was always drawing cartoons so he wanted to become a cartoonist or a graphic novelist. His parents didn't really agree with the career he wanted to follow. So instead they encourage him to study architecture. In 1993, he began his architectural studies at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts to improve his drawing and learn more about basic designed.
Bjarke Ingles doesn't really just stay in one place because due to his job as an architect he has to travel a lot. But he recently bought an apartment in New York's Dumbo neighborhood. Then in 2016 he met his girlfriend named Ruth Otero. She is also and architect but they meet in a very weird festival named Burning Man.
Bjarke Ingles is One of Denemark's most famous architects. He has constructed and planned many different buildings and they all have different characteristic that make him unique. Bjarke Ingles now is Leader of the group he created which is called Bjarke Ingles Group (BIG) and working together they have many different unique buildings.
The building in the back ground is named the Serpentine Pavilion Reopens
Why I like that architect and what style they build
I liked Bjarke Ingles Architecture because he seems to build from what he has on his mind, he puts it on paper and then it comes out to basically however he wanted it to come out. He likes to face challenges and doesn't stop if their is a problem because he will find a way to fix it and keep going He seems to have a kind or a jerk attitude but he's buildings that he planned say otherwise. Most of his buildings are built in modern architecture. What make Bjarke Ingles different from many other architects is that he doesn't really worry on questions like, "How the building will be used", "What the budget will allow", and questions like that that worry many other architects but Bjarke See's that more of like a challenge instead of a problem.
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