The new building at 231 Bowery (adjacent the existing museum) will add 50,000 square feet of galleries, public circulation, and flexible space for other new programs and "platforms."
During a talk at the Tate Modern, photographer Wolfgang Tillmans provoked compelling responses from Koolhaas, who abandoned the usual script.
The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) in Lisbon, by Amanda Levete, may be a jewel, but it shows a complete and utter disregard for its context.
Eric Saarinen and Tomas Koolhaas have both produced visually-stimulating architectural documentaries that give unique insight into their parents' minds and works.
The demolition of a key OMA work prompts questions about the civic value of innovative architecture.
At Moscow’s Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Rem Koolhaas channels Modernism toward historicist ends.
The renowned architect and polemicist speaks to Metropolis about the Fondazione Prada and rethinking the relationship between architecture and art.
Koolhaas’s 15-volume look into architectural elements is exhaustive and exhausting, mad and maddening.
Two installations at the National Building Museum offer an interesting counterpoint to Rem Koolhaas's "Elements" ethos.
Rem Koolhaas's provocation for the architecture biennale helps expose critical non-Eurocentric histories.
An upcoming show at the Kemper Art Museum highlights the youthful, often handmade work of the world's most famous architects.
What everyone is saying about Rem's Venice curatorial effort.
The architect has big plans for this year's biennial. Will it be radically removed from previous programs, as Koolhaas suggests?
Tomas Koolhaas has launched a Kickstarter to help fund his upcoming film, "REM," about his father.
After 16 years, OMA finally completes its longest-running project.
Hella Jongerius, Rem Koolhaas, and Irma Boom redesign the Delegates’ Lounge at the renovated United Nations building in New York City.
Ayn Rand’s novel remains the perfect representation of everything that’s wrong with architects.
Looking at the vast cities of the never built
The firm takes free-form trial and error to almost dizzying heights before locking onto a final direction.
Koolhaas pays tribute to the architects of the 1960s who forged a new path in postwar Japan.