Galleria Department Store Gwanggyo South Korea building by OMA

OMA: Architects Rotterdam, Netherlands

OMA architects news – New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia ; Palais de Justice, Lille, France ; Masterplan for Columbia Circle in Shanghai – key current design projects by this Dutch architectural practice formerly known as Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. OMA was created in 1975.

Pierre Lassonde Pavilion

Pierre Lassonde Pavilion in Quebec: OMA

The Pierre Lassonde Pavilion Québec building design by OMA, Architects with Provencher_Roy Architectes gradually decreases in height as it retreats from the urban turbulence, creating a cascade effect that enables the museum to reach out toward the park at the back while inviting the city in on the front.

Brighton College Building by OMA

Brighton College Building, East Sussex Education Design Project, Sports & Sciences, News, Image Brighton College Building by OMA East Sussex School Sport and Sciences Development, England – design by OMA, Architects 28 Jul 2015 Brighton College Building Design: OMA, Architects OMA to design new building for Brighton College 24 July 2015 – The Office for…

OMA Towers Masterplan

Towers for OMA masterplan, Bègles

Design: S333 Architecture + Urbanism

S333 has been announced as finalists in a competition to design a cluster of residential towers in OMA’s masterplan for Bègles, Bordeaux. S333 worked with landscape architect Rémi Salles to transform a 1.5ha industrial site into a new residential neighbourhood with 175 units, recreational areas and local amenities.

Shenzhen Stock Exchange – OMA Building in China

Although aspects of this building look perfectly normal – the straight tower, the repetitive fenestration – look at the podium, it has been jacked 36m above ground level. Why? The architects put forward their case which seems based on challenging tradition, “defying an architectural convention” but also on trying to ‘broadcast’ the virtual activities of the city’s financial market by being more visible, ‘glowing at night’.