Frederik Lyng joined BIG in 2008 and was named Associate in 2015. He has worked on numerous competitions, sketch proposals and built works from small scale design to large scale concept development, with a particular focus on projects in Denmark and Scandinavia. Frederik has worked as the design lead for the award-winning Gammel Hellerup School, completed 2013, the design of the new home of Noma, one of the top restaurants in the world, completed 2018, and more recently the design of the Kistefos Museum in Stavanger, Norway, completed 2019. Between 2013 and 2017, Frederik was the Lead Design Architect of Tirpitz Museum, a 2.500 M2 museum by a bunker from WWII in Western Denmark. He oversaw all aspects of the building’s design from design documentation through construction and completion, and was also a key contributor on BIG’s best-selling monograph, “Yes Is More” and the design of the exhibition, which was exhibited globally.