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A pioneer of innovative architectural style, the BIG Group has continually impressed with its fresh and rigorous approach. The firm’s founder, Bjarke Ingels, is hailed internationally as the most eagerly anticipated architect of the new generation, and his work has already garnered several prestigious awards. Ingels’ most iconic projects include the Denmark Pavilion for the Shanghai Expo, Copenhagen’s Mountain Dwellings, Central Asia's Carbon Neutral Zira Island, and, most recently, Google’s headquarters. Its sustainability, structural engineering and energy-efficient designs are supported by the world-renowned engineering consultant firm ARUP, whose best-known projects include the Sydney Opera House, the National Stadium (Bird's Nest) in Beijing, and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge.

INTERNATIONAL AWARDS

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Designed by the BIG, the Huilanwan Sunrise Village was inspired by traditional Chinese landscape paintings, in which green building technology is fused with the natural landscape (e.g., the Central Mountain Range and the Haian Range) to create a “smart” residential housing that facilitates energy conservation, sustainable environment, security, and technology. In 2014, the Huilanwan Sunrise Village received the Architizer A+ Awards for Architecture +Aging and the French MIPIM Awards (“The Golden Palm Award” for the international real estate industry) for Future International Real Estate Architecture. In 2015, it received international recognition once again as it became the only building in Taiwan selected into the Hot to Cold: An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation exhibition held by the National Building Museum in Washington, U.S.A.

  • INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
  • Nominations for 2014 Architecture +Aging of Architizer A+ Awards
  • Nominations for Best Future Project of MIPIM 2014
  • National Building Museum 2015“From hot to cold : an odyssey of architectural adaptation”Exhibition