From the shoreline of the East River to the site of Ground Zero, the large-scale vision of  Bjarke Ingels, founder of the Copenhagen-based BIG, is reshaping the architectural landscape of New York City. Ingels’ spectacular designs, which he calls “promiscuous hybrids” for combining structures that don’t necessarily go together, have earned the designer global acclaim and numerous high-profile commissions around the world, including 2 World Trade Center and the Smithsonian Institution’s South Mall Master Plan.  His utopian “big think” TED talks have made Ingels’ a passionate voice for architecture’s social relevance and ArchDaily has called the 41-year-old designer “one of the most inspiring architects practicing today.”

Ingels will be in conversation with Cooper Hewitt Curatorial Director Cara McCarty .

This event is SOLD OUT. Watch our live webcast on November 17, beginning at 6:30pm.

“Game Changers” is a new program of conversations with influential and innovative practitioners, thinkers, and industry leaders across design disciplines. The series launched in April 2015 with a conversation between Cooper Hewitt Senior Curator of Contemporary Design Ellen Lupton and Tim Brown, CEO and President of IDEO, a world-renowned innovation and design firm.

Design Talks | Game Changers is made by possible by support from IDEO.