The REN Building by Bjarke Ingels Group is a proposed multi-purpose building with a seriously eye-popping design that both culturually and aesthetically attuned to its environment -- two characteristics that are the hallmarks of excellent architecture.
Known for their seemingly larger-than-life architectural visions, BIG designed the building to mimic the Chinese äºº (â€œrenâ€) which stands for 'person.' One leg of the REN Building by Bjarke Ingels Group hosts a futuristic water sports cultural center, while the other is reserved for meeting and conference spaces. Where the two legs meet is the home of a towering hotel with over a thousand rooms.
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The REN Building by Bjarke Ingels Group has a Harmonious Design
- By: Jordan MFeb 16, 2011