121 East 22nd is a 134-unit condominium development located near Madison Square Park and clad with black precast concrete panels.
“This area had its own culture and history and feelings, different from what people think typical Miami would be," says OMA partner Shohei Shigematsu. "That taught us to respect the experience of Coconut Grove, and the integration of living and nature.”
For Dior: From Paris to the World, Shigematsu and his team draw from the famed fashion house’s history while employing a high-impact material palette.
OMA's Norra Tornen in Stockholm, whose showy launch purposely coincided with that of a nearby residential project by BIG, is a pedagogical embarrassment, our critic writes.
The collaborative ecosystem of commissioned artists, architects, botanists, activists, journalists, and many others embeds itself into the context of the city, engaging with the cultural palimpsests of Palermo on an intimate scale.
OMA's mixed-use project, which was 12 years in the making, rejects typical "nice" Danish urbanism—but is that a good thing?
Designed for the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the trapezoidal Audrey Irmas Pavilion references and respects its historic neighbors.
The new building, which houses the Lafayette Anticipations galleries, does whatever it's told and will bend over backwards to accommodate curatorial wills.
The firm's three-piece lighting collection for Delta Light, its first foray into luminaires, will debut in the United States this March.
After the OMA-designed institute was cancelled, the whereabouts of $2.2 million raised for the project was questioned.
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.
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.
As the celebrations memorializing the fall of the Berlin Wall have quieted, we should reflect on the versions of history we tell ourselves.
The project's backers hope that the river-spanning park will be the city's next great landmark.
Through thoughtful architecture, Maggie’s Centres around the world have given patients care and courage.
After 16 years, OMA finally completes its longest-running project.
John Szot and Brooklyn Digital Foundry envision a more humanistic role for computer-generated media.