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Bali – A beach club and two hotels, Desa Potato Head challenges ‘ubiquitous resort typologies’ on the Indonesian island and other tropical destinations.
During the recent shows, brands such as Balenciaga, Versace and Chanel commanded the attention of omnichannel audiences via fashion – and spatial – design.
Seoul – In Seoul, AMO’s unconventional car showroom keeps the eye on the prize with a spatial approach that is both high-touch and exhibition-like.
Rotterdam – Ten years in a boarding school taught Ellen van Loon how to create a private space in her mind – a skill that serves her well as OMA partner.
Milan – From retro-future labs to optical illusions, here is our list of showrooms throughout the city that will be showcasing their best during this year’s Milan Design Week.
Amsterdam – The March/April 2019 issue of Frame magazine explores the future of learning, the club tendencies of luxury retailers and the new-new library.
Amsterdam – Often, the acoustic design and engineering of everyday environments goes unnoticed. Sound Materials highlights cases from the likes of OMA and i29.
Seoul, South Korea – With its ‘sumptuously spartan’ store concept, OMA / AMO redefines the traditional car dealership with the Genesis Gangnam showroom.
AMSTERDAM – OMA’s managing partner-architect David Gianotten gives a talk on the changing role of architects in sustainable building at Frame Lab.
Milan – AMO sets the stage for Prada’s 2018 A/W menswear collection inside a warehouse, referencing a back-to-basics, cross-disciplinary approach.
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.
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