OMA and Inside Outside design installation for Dubai featuring a series of columns that represent generosity
05 Mar 2019
Dutch architecture firm OMA and Inside Outside have designed an installation for Dubai that “honors generosity”, encompassing a field of more...
OMA completes Fondazione Prada project in Milan with addition of new concrete tower
22 Apr 2018
Dutch studio OMA has completed the final structure of the Fondazione Prada arts compound in Milan, a 60m high tower, more...
Blue Camel discusses the challenges of fitting out OMA’s Concrete building
14 Dec 2017
Officially inaugurated in March 2017, Concrete involved combining four former warehouse spaces to create a 1,250m2 events hub that can more...
AAU Anastas creates stone installation as peaceful protest against separation wall in Palestine
04 Dec 2017
Palestinian architect-duo Elias and Yousef Anastas of AAU Anastas showcased its While We Wait installation in the OMA-designed Concrete building, more...
OMA’s Feyenoord City masterplan features new stadium and neighbourhood redevelopment
16 May 2017
OMA’s plans to create a masterplan containing the stadium of Dutch football team Feyenoord has been approved for Rotterdam by more...
“Nobody can design cities anymore” says Rem Koolhaas
25 Apr 2017
Architects have lost control of city design according to Rem Koolhaas. The OMA founder, who was recently in Dubai for the more...
Interview with Rem Koolhaas: OMA’s contribution to Dubai’s architecture
29 Mar 2017
Following a tour of Concrete, we sat down with Rem Koolhaas to talk about the significance of the building’s opening, more...
Cristiano Luchetti on using OMA’s Concrete building in Dubai as an architectural metaphor
28 Mar 2017
In 1977 Peter Blake wrote “Forms follows fiasco: Why modern architecture does not work”. His skepticism towards the dominant architectural more...
Qatar has a more guided development plan than Dubai, says Rem Koolhaas
23 Mar 2017
Rem Koolhaas spoke about OMA’s work in Qatar during his open air public lecture in Dubai last week, when the more...