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3 December 2006
OMA to design Riga's Museum of Contemporary Art
Riga, 4 December 2006 – The Latvian Ministry of Culture announces plans to move forward with its first museum of contemporary art, designed by Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). more
14 November 2006
'OMA in Beijing' exhibition opens at MoMA
New York, 14 November 2006 – The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York has dedicated a special exhibition to the largest and most ambitious project of Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) to date: The Central China Television Headquarters and TVCC Television Cultural Center in Beijing. The exhibition which carries the title 'OMA in Beijing' will open this Wednesday. more
22 October 2006
OMA Porsche Design Towers in Dubai
Dubai, 23 October 2006 – Porsche Design and Dubai Properties announced today that the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) has been commissioned to design, in co-operation with Porsche Design a high quality office tower and a luxury residential tower in Dubai. Completion is due in 2009. more
13 October 2006
OMA study for masterplan in The Hague
Rotterdam / The Hague, 14 October 2006 – The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) announces the completion of a research study for a new masterplan in The Hague. The study, undertaken on behalf of BPF Bouwinvest, Rabo Vastgoed and the city of The Hague, considers the 125 hectare site known as Binckhorst. more
20 September 2006
Cornell's Milstein Hall presented
New York, 21 September 2006 – Pritzker prize-winning architect Rem Koolhaas presented the design for Milstein Hall, the newest building of the Cornell University College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP), 19 September in Bailey Hall on campus. Koolhaas and his team unveiled the design created by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), and hosted a question and answer session following the presentation. more
7 September 2006
AMO exhibition on the Gulf at Venice Architecture Biennale
Venice, 9 September 2006 – At the 10th International Architecture Biennale of Venice, AMO, the think tank of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) will present an overview of urban developments in the Persian Gulf and the combined impact of these developments on the region and beyond. more
29 June 2006
OMA New York Office
New York, 14 May 2006 – Rem Koolhaas and Joshua Prince-Ramus, co-owners and partners in OMA New York, announce that they are changing their business relationship to allow Prince-Ramus and his team in the US to begin a new firm. more
26 June 2006
OMA to design Danish Architecture Centre
Rotterdam, 27 June, 2006 – The Realdania Foundation of Denmark has announced their commission of The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) for a new project in the city centre of Copenhagen. more
23 June 2006
OMA in The Hague Exhibition
Rotterdam / The Hague, 23 June 2006 – An exhibition presenting the first-ever survey of all the OMA projects in the Hague since 1978 more
30 May 2006
Domus d'Autore – AMO Post-Occupancy
Rotterdam, 30 May 2006 – As part of the 'Festa per l'architettura' Domus will present the new 'Domus d'Autore' series, dedicated to "listening to the voice of those who know how to look beyond current confines and have the strength to direct and influence our way of perceiving the city and the spaces beyond it." This is how publisher Giovanna Mazzocchi describes the project, with the first issue edited by AMO/Rem Koolhaas. more
20 May 2006
CCTV Exhibition Beijing
Beijing, 21 May 2006 – The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has organized a new exhibition on the China Central Television headquarters and the Television Cultural Center (CCTV and TVCC at the Courtyard Gallery, Beijing, running until 2 July. more
7 May 2006
Image of Europe exhibition arrives in Vienna
Rotterdam / Vienna, 8 May 2006 – Austria's Federal Chancellor, Wolfgang Schüssel, opened the 'The Image of Europe' exhibition on the Heldenplatz square in Vienna on Monday, 8 May 2006.
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