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Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.07.2014 - Tagged as: OMA
G-Star Raw HQ by OMA, photo: Copyright G-Star Raw
Dutch architects OMA’s headquarters for designer clothing brand G-Star Raw has been shortlisted for the 2014 World Architecture Festival awards in Singapore. The building, located in the industrial edge of Amsterdam, has the outward appearance of an airport hangar.
OMA design for the Pont Jean-Jacques Bosc in Bordeaux, France
OMA, The Office for Metropolitan Architecture, has won an international competition to design the Pont Jean-Jacques Bosc, the sixth bridge across the river Garonne in Bordeaux and the first bridge design to be realized by OMA.
OMA proposal for Axel Springer’s new Media Campus, image courtesy OMA
The Office for Metropolitan Architecture has been announced as a finalist in the competition to design media company Axel Springer’s new Media Campus in Berlin. One of three practices chosen along with BIG and ole scheeren, OMA is now entering the final stage of the competition. The winner is expected to be announced in the new year following a series of public consultations.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.11.2013 - Tagged as: OMA
De Rotterdam by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. Image courtesy of OMA; photography by Charlie Koolhaas.
The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) today marked the completion the largest building in the Netherlands, the De Rotterdam, a mixed-use, 160,000m2 slab-tower conceived as a ‘vertical city’ on the river Maas.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.07.2013 - Tagged as: OMA
Axonometry, Bibliothèque Multimédia à Vocation Régionale by OMA
Construction has begun on the X-shaped, OMA-designed, Bibliothèque Multimédia à Vocation Régionale (BMVR), a four-story, 13,000 square meter public library in the city of Caen, France.
Sainsbury Laboratory by Stanton William is one of the six projects shortlisted for this year’s RIBA Stirling prize; photo by Hufton+Crow
UK’s Royal Institute of British Architects has just announced the six projects which have made it to the shortlist of this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize. Among the contenders for Britain’s top architecture award are: Hepworth Gallery by David Chipperfield Architects, London Olympic Stadium by Populous, Lyric Theatre in Belfast by Dublin-based O’Donnell + Tuomey, Maggie’s Cancer Centre by OMA, New Court also by OMA (with Allies and Morrison) and Sainsbury Laboratory by Stanton Williams. The winner, selected by the judges led by the architect and former president of the Royal Academy Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, will be announced in Manchester on Saturday 13 October.
visit Architonic’s facebook page to view the images of all shortlisted projects
Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 09.11.2011 - Tagged as: culture centre, Iwan Baan, OMA, REX, USA
Dallas Centre of the Performing Arts by REX and OMA; photo by Tim Hursley
Two renowned architectural practices, REX and OMA, have collaborated on this Dallas Centre of the Performing Arts, also known as Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, which was completed in 2009. Realised as ‘flexible and multi-form while requiring minimal operational costs’, the 7700-square-meters 575-seat theatre can be easily transformed into a number of configurations including proscenium, thrust, and flat floor, thus enabling ‘directors and scenic designers to choose the stage-audience configuration that fulfills their artistic desires.’ (more…)
© CCTV, Beijing, China, 2010. OMA. Photograph by Jim Gourley. © Jim Gourley
In the second installment of Friday Food For Though – a series which we have started, rather impromptu, last Friday, we’d like to draw your attention to the OMA/ progress exhibition, along with the plethora of accompanying events, which has opened yesterday (6 October) at one of our favourite London venues – the Barbican.
Dedicated to the work of the acclaimed Dutch architectural practice OMA, the show is guest curated by the Belgium-based collective, Rotor (authors of the last year’s Belgian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale). Moreover, an impressive number of talks, debates, tours and walks led by associates and collaborators of OMA as well as invited experts will take place throughout the run of the exhibition.
view the detailed programme of events accompanying the OMA/ progress
OMA / Progress
6 Oct 2011 – 19 Feb 2012
Barbican Art Gallery, London