Dane Among The World’s 100 Most Creative People

The award-winning and world famous young 36-year-old Danish architect Bjarke Ingels can now boast of being among the world’s 100 most creative business people in 2010 – More precisely, he is no. 64.
Bjarke Ingels is the only Scandinavian, who made the list this year. Last year, another Dane, the young media and internet professional Henrik Werdelin made the list.
It is the renowned U.S. magazine Fast Company that selects the world’s most creative people. They choose between artists, inventors, software engineers, entrepreneurs, fashion designers, architects and others – All people, who in one way or another put a distinctive mark on time.
Currently, Bjarke Ingels receives a lot of attention due to the Danish pavilion at the World Expo in Shanghai, where the Little Mermaid, as part of his idea, is included in the exhibition. This idea is mentioned as one of the reasons for choosing him, but also his unique architecture is highlighted.

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