"Yes is more is a popular and easily accessible manifesto for architecture as one of the most relevant aggregates of the 21st century in which we may epitomise and answer many of the global agenda-setting questions. In the exhibition and in the book, B.I.G. shows how they conceptualise the polymorphous demands, complex rules and highly specialised knowledge of society, creating tangible solutions through artistic processes; solutions which time and again attract the interest of the population at large as well as the respect of global aficionados. Yes is more is a communication created in this very spirit - combing elite and popular elements - allowing the sublime to shone through in the commonplace. Thus audiences are invited into B.I.G.'s processes, methods and results using the most approachable and populist means of communication available - the cartoon. -Kent Martinussen, Architect, CEO, Danish Architecture Centre"
Bjarke Ingels is a yes man. He rises to the challenge of just about any demand, be it reasonable or otherwise, with an unqualified Yes. This fuels his ambition to absorb all the political interests surrounding a project and to turn them into backbending forms that disarm the opposition.
In short: first year student's work. One step further toward the global cutifying of architecture.Published 3 months ago by Larry Brooks
The fact that this book is comprised like a comic book is just genius. It draws you in, and you actually end up reading a ton of content without even realizing it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nicole Potts
This is an amazing book for young architects or anyone interested in architecture. The projects from BIG are well explained and documented. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Drendell Beckford
Love the material in which the book is printed, and really like the book content, is very graphic and playful at the same time.Published 7 months ago by S.Fung