Bjarke Ingles (1974-), founder and guide of the BIG studio (Bjarke Ingels Group), is probably the most famous and relevant young archistar of the moment. Defined by many as the "Steve Jobs of contemporary architecture" for his communication skills and visionary ideas, Bjarke Ingles was born and completed his studies in Copenhagen and then lived his first work experiences in the Netherlands at the Rem Koolhaas' OMA study. On his return to Denmark in 2001 he founded the PLOT studio together with Julien de Smedt, known in the Netherlands, with whom he won the Golden Lion at the 2004 Venice Architecture Biennale. The following year the partnership has been interrupted and he founded the BIG studio, capable of immediately achieving growing success with its visionary and iconic projects, of immediate spectacularity, such as the Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant, on whose roof a track is located or the cyclopean 8 House in Copenhagen. Over the years it has opened branch offices in New York and London and has obtained orders from important international giants, such as the playful LEGO House in Billund or the refurbishment of the historic Google headquarters in Mountain View. In the field of product design he worked with Artemide, a company that has always been attentive to collaborations with the great names in architecture, and with Fritz Hansen.