Brian Yang

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Brian Yang
Concert Hall Stavanger REN Building Urban Porosity Mountain Dwellings Restyling dello Slussen Museo Tamayo Tallinn City Hall - Nuovo Municipio di Tallinn Biblioteca Nazionale del Kazakistan Shenzhen Energy Mansion World Village of Women Sports Faroe Islands Education Centre VMCP Hotel Solheimsviken 8 Tallet Impianto per riciclaggio e il trattamento dei rifiuti per la produzione di energia West 57 Puu-Bo, prototipo per un edificio multipiano residenziale in legno National Gallery of Art RESEARCH CENTRE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF JUSSIEU TRANSITLAGER Sjakket Youth House Koutalaki Ski Village Kimball Art Center German Freedom and Unity Memorial Bridge Vancouver House The cross # towers Superkilen masterplan Coco Grove at Grand Bay Phoenix Observation Tower VM House FÆR - Faroe Islands Education Center Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 6 Danish National Maritime Museum Museum of the Human Body Llama restaurant Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet Malaysia Square EuropaCity Sports & Arts Expansion in Hellerup Two World Trade Center Honeycomb The Dryline Hualien Residences Serpentine Pavilion 2016 VIA 57 WEST Factory of the Future | San Pellegrino New Home 1200 INTREPID HYPERLOOP ONE SLUISHUIS LEGO® House – Home of the Brick Panda House TIRPITZ EAD - East Austin District Pixel 88 Market Street Tirana National Theatre and Masterplan Urban Rigger KLEIN Aarhus Harbor Bath NOMA 2.0 Dortheavej Residence WeGrow 79&PARK Isenberg School of Management Business Innovation Hub OCEANIX CITY Galeries Lafayette Flagship on Champs-Élysées MÉCA THE TWIST Wildflower Studios CopenHill | Amager Bakke The Heights Building CLM_CIityLife Milan TOYOTA WOVEN CITY Glitne residential complex Stereo No. 1 Newcastle The Plus BiodiverCity Penang Project Olympus The Village | Hopkins Student Center The Smile The Spiral OPPO HEADQUARTERS
Brian Yang joined BIG in 2007 and has worked closely with Bjarke Ingels on a wide range of projects from the 8 House, a residential building in Copenhagen, to the conceptual design of a mobile gallery for the Tate Modern in London. He has been the Project Leader on a number of competition winning proposals, including a new Waste-to-Energy plant in Copenhagen that doubles as a ski slope, a contemporary art museum in Norway that bridges across a river, and a sustainable multifamily residential development in Finland. Most recently he has been the design leader for The LEGO House, a new LEGO experience center in Denmark opening in the second half of 2017. With a background in energy efficiency research as well as undergraduate studies in economics, Brian brings additional focus on environmental and economic sustainability into all of his projects. Prior to joining BIG, Brian worked at a number of practices internationally, and while at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, led a project team for a pavilion exhibited at the 2009 Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea.
Brian  Yang
Brian Yang
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Brian Yang joined BIG in 2007 and has worked closely with Bjarke Ingels on a wide range of projects from the 8 House, a residential building in Copenhagen, to the conceptual design of a mobile gallery for the Tate Modern in London. He has been the Project Leader on a number of competition winning proposals, including a new Waste-to-Energy plant in Copenhagen that doubles as a ski slope, a contemporary art museum in Norway that bridges across a river, and a sustainable multifamily residential development in Finland. Most recently he has been the design leader for The LEGO House, a new LEGO experience center in Denmark opening in the second half of 2017. With a background in energy efficiency research as well as undergraduate studies in economics, Brian brings additional focus on environmental and economic sustainability into all of his projects. Prior to joining BIG, Brian worked at a number of practices internationally, and while at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, led a project team for a pavilion exhibited at the 2009 Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea.