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MELBOURNE, Australia – OMA designs the MPavilion as well as its cultural programme as part of its ‘bridging’ strategy into the Australian architecture and design landscape.
The Hague, the Netherlands – The Rotterdam studio transforms the 1992 governmental office building with openness and public accessibility in mind.
Reinvigorating city centres and building within the constraints left from the past are challenges that stimulate and highlight architects’ talents.
Cover up and put your snow boots on. Here are five projects highlighting Quebec’s appeal.
MILAN – The historical exhibition designed by OMA revisits the first and only Italian department store’s creative efforts throughout the last century.
Dubai – A group of warehouses on Alserkal Avenue in the industrial quarter of Al Qouz promotes cultural activities and the collaboration of artistic disciplines within the area.
MIAMI – It’s not every day you get a building as a dance partner. To kick-off the release of our March/April issue, we’ll be posting five days of web-exclusive content.
MILAN – Moving away from the ornate and the theatrical, OMA emphasizes simplicity for the Prada Men’s and Women’s Fall/Winter show.
MIAMI – The story of the mid-beach Faena District began with one man’s dream of transformation. Now, the final stage of the USD 1 billion (EUR 928 million) investment has been completed.
AMSTERDAM – The future of retail looks bright, but only if it evolves to meet the rapidly changing needs of the consumer, says Robert Thiemann, director of Frame Publishers.
PARIS – ‘There’s an interesting echo between jewellery and architecture,’ says OMA partner Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, discussing the project his office realized for Italian …
QUEBEC – OMA’s new museum building in Quebec ties together city and park.
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