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电影“BIG TIME”:Bjarke Ingels艰苦的成名之路
BIG Time film documents Bjarke Ingels' gruelling rise to stardom

由专筑网李韧,韩平编译

Bjarke Ingels是世界知名建筑师,而他个人的生命和健康状况,都记录在这部叫做“BIG TIME”的纪录片之中。

电影导演Kaspar Astrup Schröder通过他的妻子结识了Ingels,这位导演捕捉到了这样的画面:这位建筑师离开哥本哈根来到纽约,为BIG事务所的工作日夜操劳,从而换上了严重的疾病,而在此期间,他又爱上了建筑师Ruth Otero。

在4月26日哥本哈根大剧院举行的电影首映式上,Ingels对Dezeen记者说:“我当前的状态很真实。显然,我很兴奋我最终得到了这个女孩的芳心。”

Bjarke Ingels reveals the demands of being one of the world's most successful architects, and its impact on his personal life and health, in the new documentary BIG Time.
Film-maker Kaspar Astrup Schröder – who met Ingels through his wife – captures an intimate portrait of the architect as he decamps from Copenhagen to New York to set up BIG's second studio, suffers from debilitating health problems and falls in love with architect Ruth Otero.
Speaking to Dezeen following the premiere of the film, which took place at Copenhagen's Grand Theater on 26 April, Ingels said: "I seem quite a lot like I see myself, so I think that feels relatively authentic. And I'm obviously very excited that the architect gets the girl in the end."

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在棒球比赛期间受的伤导致Ingels无法长时间工作,他的工作量可能会从此减少/A concussion sustained during a baseball game and the later discovery of a small brain cyst left Ingels unable to work for long periods and believing his career might be curtailed

Astrup Schröder第一次见到Ingels时,他的妻子在其哥本哈根的工作室工作。他拍摄了这部名为“BIG TIME”的电影,见证了七年的时间里,这家事务所的一系列出色的项目,包括纽约的VIΛ 57 West和蛇形展馆。

“表面上看,Bjarke Ingels的生活看起来像一块蛋糕,但电影传达的是这位世界知名建筑师的生命中的许多挑战。”Astrup Schröder说。

“Bjarke和他的公司遇到的所有一切都是挑战。直到在拍摄电影的时候,我才发现Bjarke生活在多大的压力之中,”他继续说。“这就好像他把自己放在火车的驾驶座上,火车永远不会停止,现在他必须依据奠定了的轨道前行,同时还要把握好方向。”

“我一直在试图使它看上去更像一个有趣的电影,而不是一部枯燥的纪录片。”Ingels告诉Dezeen记者,“并试图给它一个故事引导,有人物的情感投入,通过情感投入,你会听他们诉说关于建筑的故事。”

他的脑震荡和随后发现的脑囊肿,也给能激起观众的情感,其中和医生预约,以及核磁共振扫描也在这部电影中有所记录。

Astrup Schröder first met Ingels when his wife was working at BIG's Copenhagen studio. He shot the film named BIG Time over the course of seven years, which saw the firm propelled to fame with the completion of a string of high-profile projects including VIA 57 West in New York and the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London.
"On the surface, Bjarke Ingels' life may seem like a piece of cake, but the film conveys some of the many challenges that follow with a life as one the world's greatest living architects," said Astrup Schröder.
"It has been a challenge to keep up with everything going on with Bjarke and his company. While doing so, I discovered how much pressure Bjarke was under," he continued. "It was as if he had put himself in the driver's seat in a train, which could never stop, and now he had to lay the tracks while managing the steering wheel."
"I've been very interested from the beginning in trying to make it feel more like a film than a documentary," Ingels told Dezeen, "and in trying to give it a story arc so there was an emotional investment with the characters, and through that emotional investment in the characters you would listen to some of the things they say about architecture."
A concussion and subsequent discovery of a brain cyst add an extra layer of emotional investment for viewers, with MRI scans and doctors appointments punctuating the film (and concluding with a clear bill of health).

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在这部电影中Ingels遇到了他的女朋友,西班牙建筑师Ruth Otero/During the course of filming Ingels met his girlfriend, the Spanish architect Ruth Otero

42岁那年,Ingels的成就已经超越了大多数建筑师一辈子的梦想,然而这样的代价是丢失了他原本希望在这个年纪拥有一个家庭的愿望。

他在2005年创建了BIG事务所,到了2012年,他设立了BIG纽约办事处,现在员工共有400多人,完成了 40多个项目。

BIG的许多作品引起了人们的大量关注,2016年,时代杂志将Ingels评选为世界上最有影响力的100人。

但是在棒球比赛期间受的伤导致Ingels无法长时间工作,他的工作量可能从此减少。

“当病痛来临时我变得非常偏执。”他说,“我宁愿失去一只手臂,也不愿失去我的大脑。我的头非常疼,我以为自己要死了。当有脑震荡时,人应该尽可能的放松,但是我很难控制自己的想法。”

“我的时间只有20或30座建筑,”他补充说,“当我还在这里的时候,我真的需要努力工作,每个草图都可能是我画下的最后一笔。”

“生活是激进而不是均衡的。如果我突然变得无法做有意义的事,我只能躺下,那么一切就真的结束了。”

At 42, Ingels has already built more than major buildings many architects could expect in a lifetime – although it comes at the cost of the wife and children he expected to have by that age.
Founding his firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) in 2005, he expanded to set up a New York office in 2012 and now heads up a staff of over 400 that have helped get over 40 projects off the drawing board.
Plans for a smoke ring-blowing power plant with a ski slope on its roof in Copenhagen and designs for Google's headquarters in California attracted attention outside the usual architectural press and in 2016, Time magazine named Ingels one of the world's 100 most influential people last year.
But a health scare – a sustained concussion during a baseball game and the discovery of a small brain cyst – left the architect unable to work for long periods and believing his career might be curtailed.
"I got so paranoid when it happened. I'd rather lose an arm than my brain," he says in the film. "I had this headache and I thought I was going to die. You should relax as much as possible when you have a concussion but it's quite difficult to turn your brain off."
"You only get 20 or 30 buildings before your time is up," he adds. "You really need to lay some bricks while you're here, the building you're building could be your last."
"Life is probably progressive rather than proportional. If this is where I suddenly become unable to contribute meaningfully you almost just lie down and wait for everything to be over."

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让Ingels被称为“courtscraper”的VIA 57公寓在电影拍摄期间一直是该事务所的代表之作/The VIA 57 West apartments, which Ingels dubbed the "courtscraper", is one of a string of high-profile projects the architect was working on in New York during the film

Ingels目前的成就已经超过了他“20或30座建筑”的期望,Ingels十分焦虑,一些建筑师的不寻常死亡事实摆在他的面前——柯布西耶在地中海游泳中淹死,高迪在巴塞罗那的有轨电车被碾过,路易康在曼哈顿车站厕所心脏病发作等等。

但他说,他仍在等待这个项目,这将给他机会去创造一个像悉尼歌剧院那样的标志性建筑。

“对我来说,悉尼歌剧院可能是我的目标。”他说,“令人惊奇的是,它非常现代,它却又诞生于令人难以置信的苦难之中。”

“一切都是一场灾难,但为了最终的结果值得付出牺牲。”

Having already outperformed his expectations of "20 or 30 building" in the first half of his life, Ingels goes on to morbidly list the unusual and untimely deaths of great architects before him – Le Corbusier drowned while taking a swim in the Mediterranean Sea, Antoni Gaudi was run over by a tram on his way to church in Barcelona, Louis Khan died of a heart attack in a toilet in Manhattan's Penn Station.
But he said he is still waiting for the project that will give him the chance to create the a landmark building akin to the Sydney Opera House.
"To me the Sydney opera is probably the ultimate building," he says. "What's amazing about it is on one hand unapologetically modern. It was born out of incredible misery."
"Everything was a disaster but the final result is somehow worthy all of the sacrifice and hardship in order to get there."

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Ingels说,他的纽约VIA 57公寓的设计灵感来自中央公园及其中心雕刻出的一个大院子/Ingels said his design for the VIA 57 West apartment block in New York was inspired by Central Park, with the centre carved out to create a large courtyard

“BIG TIME”的首播时间是哥本哈根第四届建筑节,现在在丹麦的电影院首映。

以下是最近几年出版的最新建筑纪录片,雷姆•库哈斯的儿子托马斯在2016年创作了“REM”,路易康的儿子于2004年创作了“我的建筑师”。

BIG位于Dezeen热搜榜榜首,是引导行业的关键人物。

BIG目前正在研究一系列项目,从San Pellegrino的一家装瓶厂到丹麦动物园的熊猫围场和一家位于巴黎的地铁站。

BIG Time premiered at the opening of the fourth edition of the annual Copenhagen Architecture Festival and is now screenings in cinemas across Denmark.
It is the latest architectural documentary to be released in recent years, with Rem Koolhaas' son Tomas creating REM in 2016 and Louis Khan's son Nathaniel My Architect in 2004.
BIG came in just shy of the top spot on the inaugural Dezeen Hot List, a guide to the key players in the industry.
The firm is currently working on an array of projects, from a bottling factory for San Pellegrino in Italy to a panda enclosure at a Danish zoo and a Paris metro station.


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