Don’t mention innovation

September 25, 2009 at 4:32 pm Leave a comment

By Peter Baeck

When talking about innovation we use the word ‘innovation’ in every third sentence. As i described in one of my earlier blogs the word itself means very little without the actions and solutions that define innovation. It was therefore pretty interesting to see this short speech by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, where he doesn’t mention the word innovation once, but shows an abundance of it in every project he presents. Unfortunately i haven’t been able to embed the video in to the blog, but click this link at it will open in a new window. If you like architecture but think the above is complete nonsense i recommend you still watch it, as some of his designs are pretty interesting, and he is at the same time pretty funny.

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