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Floating Cities P

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

For safety and security, you are NOT allowed to touch the artifacts in the LEGO museum.
 

 2. 

Bjarke Ingels says “..LEGO is not a toy, but a tool that empowers the child to build his or her own world...”
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 3. 

Bjarke Ingel’s project for under the bridge is described as ___________.
a.
“the Lego equivelent of a blossom...”
c.
“the Sistene Chapel of street art”
b.
“a weed growing through the cracks in the pavement...”
d.
“pulling a curtain aback...”
 

 4. 

Legos have their origins in which country?
a.
Denmark
c.
Norway
b.
USA
d.
Great Britain
 

 5. 

The project in New York City that will protect from hurricaine storm surges is called the _______________.
a.
Greater New York Burrough Protection Plan
c.
Dry Line
b.
ATC
d.
Gotham Line
 

 6. 

The Danish word for “design” is__________________.
a.
deusengfer
c.
formgivning
b.
design
d.
ferm jolstung
 

 7. 

The Waste to Energy Power Plant in Copenhagen also includes a ___________
a.
swiming area
c.
ski slope
b.
rock climbing section
d.
badminton court
 

 8. 

Bjarke Ingels is an architect from _____________
a.
Poland
c.
New York City
b.
Norway
d.
Denmark
 

 9. 

The Floating City Ingels describes will be_________________.
a.
buoyant
c.
modular
b.
adaptable to any culture
d.
all answers are correct
 

 10. 

The social houising that Bjarke Ingels refers to here was built in

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a.
Bejing
c.
New York City
b.
Copenhagen
d.
Amsterdam
 



 
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