As Charlie Rose notes, Bjarke Ingels is one of the most sought after architects in the industry today, so it makes sense that there would be interest in producing the soon-to-be-released BIG TIME documentary. The film follows a day in the life of Bjarke Ingels, the Danish superstar architect and principal of BIG, one of the most famous and successful architecture firms in the world.
As the recently released trailer shows, the life of a massive architect isn't all abstract art and conceptual thought. While there's certainly fun to be had, as scenes of a party show, there's also constant stress. Ingels apparently has a concussion during the film, and the limitations that this injury puts on his work — where long hours of focus are essential — seems to be one of the main cruxes.
The BIG TIME Documentary Follows a Day in the Life of Bjarke Ingels
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