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Panda, Small

by Bjarke Ingels Group

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The Panda collection by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) for Architectmade complements the architectural commissioned by the Copenhagen Zoo to create an enclosure at the zoo for the arrival of two giant pandas from China. The Zoo's habitat layout and configuration seek to create ideal mating conditions. The layout mimics the yin-yang symbol that in Chinese philosophy represents opposite but balanced forces within a circle. By also designing the wooden figure Panda, BIG creates a Panda whose upper body rotates on the lower body and the arms and legs are moveable.

Architectmade is a Danish brand offering a glimpse into a few, rare design objects that some of Denmark’s leading architects created along their way to fame years ago. Celebrating timeless products that last, at the opposite of the "throw away" culture, Architectmade is renowned for its excellent craftsmanship. With three rounds of quality control, objects are made to stand the test of time and designed to be passed along to generations to come.

Panda, small by Bjarke Ingels Group for Architectmade
- Iconic, timeless Danish design
- Walnut and Maple wood
- Height 3.9"


Walnut and Maple Wood, Leather
H 3.9"


Bjarke Ingels Group
Bjarke Ingels Group

Bjarke Ingels Group, known as BIG, is a group of architects, designers and thinkers operating within the fields of architecture, urbanism, research and development with offices in Copenhagen and New York City. BIG has a reputation for completing buildings that are as programmatically and technically innovative as they are cost and resource conscious. BIG’s gained their reputation with projects such as the Danish Maritime Museum (2013), Superkilen (2012), the 8 House (2010). BIG’s first project was in the Copenhagen Harbor Bath (2003), an urban space that transformed the area of Islands Brygge from a rundown harbourfront to the recreational and social center of the city. Recent projects include: West 57th, a 750-unit residential building in Manhattan; the Vancouver House tower in Vancouver; the LEGO Brand House in Denmark; the Faroe Islands Education Center; the Shenzhen Energy Mansion in China; and a Wasteto-Energy plant in Copenhagen that will double as a ski slope.