What’s next for OMA?

What’s next for OMA?

An OMA (abbreviated from Office for Metropolitan Architecture) design always articulates with clarity and urban understanding. Founding partner Rem Koolhaas has been a mainstay at the helm since 1975 and is synonymous with the OMA name – his architectural style is a raw expression of essential, historical and material character, yet also challenges space with future scenarios and playful revisions. Projects such as the Prada Foundation complex in Milan, the CCTV building in Beijing and the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art all bring industrial practicality, clear vision and sharp contextual awareness. Here we look into OMA’s future – from construction photos from the landmark Taipei Performing Arts Center, designs for the practice’s first UK project in Manchester and plenty more models, concepts and ideas fresh from the cutting table...

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