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The Washington Post's art and architecture critic writes about the pairing of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) with a stadium project for the Washington Redskins. Kennicott writes that the Danish firm appears to be in "the mainstream of international architectural idealism," and asks the firm about how that jibes with the NFL, which has been criticized for its financing of stadium projects as well as its handling of player injuries. "Does the typical NFL stadium have room for improvement?" said the firm's founder Bjarke Ingels in an email to the Post. "Yes most certainly. Is it waste of resources to have giant facilities that are only active 10 times a year. Obviously." Read the complete article at The Washington Post.

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