A green future for Malaysian islands: Bjarke Ingels
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This ambitious endeavour integrates sustainable and resilient design elements to establish new business opportunities, cultural destinations, and provide homes for 400,000 local citizens.

Bjarke Ingels Group

BIG, an AD100 firm, has a record of delivering projects with its unique style. The most recent commission is the design of BiodiverCity in Penang, Malaysia – a massive area of mudflats that will be transformed into multiple artificial islands. This complex project will feature business districts, cultural venues and recreational areas as well as autonomous transportation networks for the 400,000 residents. Additionally, there will be natural habitats specifically designed to provide homes for local plants and animals.

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