World-Renowned Architect Bjarke Ingels Stars in New 'BIG TIME' Documentary

Highlighting his struggles and successes.

Entertainment
7,968 Hypes 0 Comments

Not long ago, Bjarke Ingels was selected as one of the creatives in Netflix’s Abstract: The Art of Design original series. Now the successful Danish architect is the subject of a new documentary called BIG TIME. The first trailer for the upcoming film is equally uplifting and anxiety-inducing. More specifically, the two-minute clip takes viewers on Ingels’ career journey filled with unconventional architecture designs, lavish parties, as well as insurmountable stress — Ingels battles a concussion at one point in the video.

Watch the trailer above and expect BIG TIME to premiere at the Copenhagen Architecture Festival on April 26.

Read Full Article
Image Credit
Good Company Pictures
More

What to Read Next

A Slightly Modified "Triple Black" adidas UltraBOOST 3.0 Has Surfaced
Footwear

A Slightly Modified "Triple Black" adidas UltraBOOST 3.0 Has Surfaced

Can you spot the difference?

RAINS Unveils Its 2017 Spring/Summer LTD Experiments
Fashion

RAINS Unveils Its 2017 Spring/Summer LTD Experiments

Khaki numbers are joined by boldly color-blocked pieces as a nod to the ’80s.

SUICOKE 'Walking About It' Collection Elevates Your Summer Sandal Style
Footwear

SUICOKE 'Walking About It' Collection Elevates Your Summer Sandal Style

New form and function, inspired by U.S. national parks.


Allen Iverson Reflects on How the NBA Harshly Criticized His Fashion on 'Sneaker Shopping'
Footwear

Allen Iverson Reflects on How the NBA Harshly Criticized His Fashion on 'Sneaker Shopping'

Find out which MVP candidate “The Answer” sees most resembling his game.

UNKNWN Spotlights GANYRU's Vibrant 2017 Spring/Summer Wares in Latest Editorial
Fashion

UNKNWN Spotlights GANYRU's Vibrant 2017 Spring/Summer Wares in Latest Editorial

Set against vintage cars and Miami’s natural backdrops.

Drake Teases OVO x Air Jordan 8 "Calipari Pack"
Footwear

Drake Teases OVO x Air Jordan 8 "Calipari Pack"

His love affair with the University of Kentucky continues.

More ▾