BIG

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AcronymDefinition
BIGBelieve In God
BIGBlacks In Government
BIGBest in Group
BIGBadan Informasi Geospasial (Indonesian: Geospatial Information Agency)
BIGBjarke Ingels Group (Copenhagen, Denmark)
BIGBalm in Gilead
BIGBabcock International Group (UK)
BIGBeijing Institute of Genomics (China)
BIGBreast International Group (Belgium)
BIGBerlin International Gaming (Berlin, Germany)
BIGBaltimore Improv Group (Baltimore, MD)
BIGBest in Game
BIGBasel Institute on Governance (Basel, Switzerland)
BIGBoycott Israeli Goods
BIGBusiness Information Group
BIGBiomedical Imaging Group (various locations)
BIGBinary Image Group
BIGBest Impact Graphics
BIGBroadband-in-Gas (wireless communications)
BIGBlind Idiot God (instrumental band)
BIGBoating Infrastructure Grant
BIGBremer Investitions Gesellschaft (German: Bremer Investment Company)
BIGBig Mat - Auber 93 (Tour de France cycling sponsor)
BIGBiker Information Guide (various locations)
BIGBroad Investment Grade (finance)
BIGBalboa Insurance Group (Irvine, CA)
BIGBusiness Interest Group
BIGBorn in Game (gaming; The Sims 2)
BIGBooks Instead of Guns
BIGBrand Identity Guru Inc. (web design)
BIGBond Investors Guaranty
BIGBroadband Internet Gateway
BIGBlackland Income Growth (Texas)
BIGBotulinum Immune Globulin
BIGBiarritz International Groove (music festival; France)
BIGBiological Isolation Garment (US NASA)
BIGBionet Intelligent Gateway (Biodata)
BIGBurlington International Games
BIGBold in God
BIGBusiness Instead of Games (rapper)
BIGBentley Investment Group (Bentley College)
BIGBrandweer Informatiecentrum Gevaarlijke Stoffen (Dutch: Hazardous Substances Information Center; Belgium)
BIGBlocking Island Graph (Zhemin/Hamdi)
BIGBusiness Integration Gateway
BIGBack-Inlet Gully (British building industry)
BIGBilling Improvement Group (Sprint)
BIGBubble Investment Group
BIGButterfly Interest Group Nature Society (Singapore)
BIGBusiness, Industry and Government Club (Harvard Business School)
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Bjarke Ingels, an architect and Founder of Bjarke Ingels Group, is speaking about how evolution can lead to residency on Mars.
In the session 'The Journey of Human Evolution', Bjarke Ingels, founder and creative partner of Bjarke Ingels Group, said the purpose-built city, which will cover 1.
Joining the festival this year are prominent figures in the industry, including Kai Uwe Bergman of Bjarke Ingels Group, Chris Bosse of Laboratory for Visionary Architecture (LAVA), Lyndon Neri of Neri and Hu, Takashi Niwa of Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Billy Kwan of One Bite Design Studio, Rachaporn Choochuey of all(zone), Raymond Hoe of Scott Brownrigg, Ben Duckworth of Hassell, Erico Abordo of Architects of Accessibility, Twitee Vajrabhaya of Department of Architecture Co.
1200 Intrepid, with architecture by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), is a 92,000 SF office building curving inward, hugging the circular geometry of the adjacent Central Green Park.
and the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a world-renowned team of architects and engineers, on a detailed feasibility study sponsored by the RTA.
A video released on Monday by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) Ideas shared snippets of the project's design, ahead of the official launch on November 7th in Dubai.
World-class architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), based in Copenhagen and New York, designed the $34 million 1200 Intrepid to mimic the curves of the adjacent Central Green park.
Informa Exhibitions and USGBC announce famed architect Bjarke Ingels, founding partner of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), and USGBC COO Mahesh Ramanujam as Greenbuild International Conference and Expo closing plenary speakers.
Also key to the plan, which was designed by the Copenhagen- and New York-based Bjarke Ingels Group, is improving connections between the museums in the five-block area, including spaces and buildings dedicated to African, Asian and modern art.
The lollipoplike design comes from the Copenhagen- and New York-based firm Bjarke Ingels Group, or BIG, which unveiled its plans for the 430-foot-tall, 70,000-square-foot tower late last month.
The Durst Organization said it would develop a 600-unit, pyramid-shaped residential building on West 57th Street near 12th Avenue, designed by the Danish Bjarke Ingels Group.
The five included Danish firm Bjarke Ingels Group, the Swede Gert Wingardh and the flamboyant Jean Nouvel.