David Brown is a senior architect at the Danish architecture firm, the Bjarke Ingels Group, where he started in 2010 working as an architect for the Astana National Library in Kazhakstan. Currently, he is a Senior Architect in BIG’s New York office where he most recently worked on West 57, a 861,100 SF (80,000 M2) mixed-use high rise in Manhattan. Prior to joining BIG, David worked for the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in both Rotterdam and Beijing, where he worked on The Interlace, a large-scale residential project in Singapore, the first-prize winning competition scheme for the Shenzhen Crystal Island masterplan, and the Hamburg Science Center in Germany. David moved to New York City in 2011.
IEEE PULSE, Feature September/October 2014What Architecture and Bioengineering Have in Common
Above: The Fab Tree Hab by Mitchell Joachim, Javier Arbona and Lara Greden presents a sophisticated methodology to grow homes from living native trees. The 100% living habitat is prefabricated using Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) reusable scaffolding, manufactured off-site in... Read more
Posted on 13 OCT 2014