CCTV Headquarters, designed by OMA as a reinvention of the skyscraper as a loop, defies the skyscraper’s typical quest for ultimate height.
Relocating to one of Moscow's best known public spaces, Garage Contemporary Center will be exposed to a much larger and diversified audience.
Milstein Hall is the first new building in over 100 years for the renowned College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP) at Cornell University.
OMA recently unveiled its design for the major restoration and redefinition of one of Venice's largest and most iconic buildings: the Fondaco dei Tedeschi, adjacent to the Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal.
OMA's first project in Canada aims to integrate the building with the surrounding park and initiate new links with the city.
The Office for Metropolitan Architecture, in collaboration with Leigh & Orange Architects, has won the competition for the new campus for Chu Hai College of Higher Education in the New Territories in Hong Kong.
Soaring towers have become increasingly common wherever land is scarce, allowing cities to stack life ever taller, denser and more dynamic.
OMA, in collaboration with Shenzhen based architects Urbanus, were awarded first prize in the design competition for a major new cultural center, transport hub, and public landmark in the heart of the city of Shenzhen, southern China.
The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) was recently recently awarded the first prize in the international competition to build the Taipei Performing Arts Centre.
OMA recently presented their concept for a new multi-use building on the harbor front in the historic center of Copenhagen.
The client demanded a solitary building, integrating requirements of conventional civil service security with Dutch openness.
The new SSE is planned as a financial center with civic meaning. The external area is designed as a public space for festivals and gathering.
The Beverly Hills Prada Epicenter's most remarkable feature is the absence of a facade; the entire width of 50 feet along Rodeo Drive opens up to the street, without a traditional storefront or glass enclosure, inviting the public to enter the building.
The design for the Seoul National University Museum is driven by the relationship of the campus to the community and serve as a link between them.
The Coal Washing Plant is part of the Zollverein Mining Complex, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Center in December 2001.
In the typical theater, the proliferation of front-of-house and back-of-house spaces threatens to strangle the auditorium itself, buffering the performance from the outside world.
The Casa da Musica is situated on a travertine plaza, between the city's historic quarter and a working-class neighborhood, adjacent to the Rotunda da Boavista.
The complex by Rem Koolhaas forms a new nexus for the academic and residential corridors of IIT's Main Campus.
The new Seattle Public Library houses the library's main collection of books, government publications, periodicals, audio visual materials and the technology to access and distribute information from the physical collection online.
After a renovation and extension by OMA the performance center, Paard van Troje (Trojan Horse) opened to the public at the beginning of the new cultural season in September.