OMA’s Fondazione Prada Torre opens with quirky interiors and renowned contemporary art

April 26, 2018 Dan Howarth 0

A room filled with giant spinning mushrooms and a set of bright yellow-green bathrooms are among the surprises found inside the OMA-designed Torre, which opened last week as the final part of the Fondazione Prada arts complex in Milan. The white concrete structure that towers over the converted industrial site in the south of the

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OMA’s Fondazione Prada Torre opens with quirky interiors and renowned contemporary art

April 26, 2018 Dan Howarth 0

A room filled with giant spinning mushrooms and a set of bright yellow-green bathrooms are among the surprises found inside the OMA-designed Torre, which opened last week as the final part of the Fondazione Prada arts complex in Milan. The white concrete structure that towers over the converted industrial site in the south of the

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AMO creates “open-ended” display system for Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum

December 22, 2017 Ali Morris 0

OMA’s research and design studio AMO has created a display system made up of 43 slim free-standing steel walls for the permanent collection of Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum. Called Stedelijk Base, the light and flexible display system features freestanding walls made from 15-millimetre-thick steel plates developed by Tata steel in the Netherlands. The laser-cut pieces are then coupled together to create

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OMA reveals amphitheatre-like MPavilion complete with rotating grandstand

October 2, 2017 Jessica Mairs 0

For this year’s edition of the MPavilion, OMA’s Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten have installed an amphitheatre in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens, featuring a moveable grandstand spanned by a “floating” roof. OMA founder Rem Koolhaas and his colleague David Gianotten based their design for the MPavilion – the firm’s first major project in Australia – on

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OMA’s Park Grove towers in Miami shown in new renderings

August 28, 2017 Dan Howarth 0

This new set of images provides a closer look at the trio of towers designed by architecture firm OMA for Miami’s Coconut Grove. Currently under construction, the Park Grove development occupies the last open lot in the waterfront area south of Downtown Miami. It sits along Bay Shore Drive’s “wall of towers”, made up of

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OMA designs adaptable amphitheatre for fourth MPavilion in Melbourne

June 19, 2017 Amy Frearson 0

OMA founder Rem Koolhaas and colleague David Gianotten have unveiled plans to create a reconfigurable amphitheatre topped by a translucent, floating roof for this year’s MPavilion in Melbourne. The two architects plan to create a “theatre for ideas” in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens for the fourth edition of MPavilion, an annual commission billed as Australia’s answer to London’s Serpentine

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