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26 June 2010
OMA's Shenzhen Stock Exchange Tops Out
Shenzhen, 28 June, 2010 – The Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE) – designed by OMA as new home for China’s equivalent of the NASDAQ exchange for hi-tech industries – topped out last Saturday at 246 metres, confirming its monumental presence in the rapidly developing centre of Shenzhen. The building is remarkable not only for its height: with a raised podium suspended 36 metres over a public plaza and projecting 54 metres from the tower base, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange has one of the largest cantilevers in the world.
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19 June 2010
The shape of things to come: Rem Koolhaas's striking designs – The Independent
21 June 2010
Interview with Rem Koolhaas and feature on OMA's Rothschild Bank and Al Manakh: Gulf Continued.   more
3 June 2010
Oh, this year I'm off to sunny Solaria - The Observer
09 May 2010
Feature on Roadmap 2050: A Practical Guide to a Prosperous, Low-Carbon Europe, a report commissioned by the European Climate Foundation by five leading consultancies: Imperial College London, KEMA, McKinsey & Company, Oxford Economics and AMO. more
26 May 2010
Passt das nach Den Haag? - Baunetz
29 April 2010
Feature on competition for new Dance & Music Theatre in The Hague, which will replace OMA's NDT building from 1987
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26 May 2010
Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres - The Observer
02 May 2010
Feature on Maggies Centre, Gartnaval, A cancer care centre on the grounds of Gartnavel hospital

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26 May 2010
City of dreams lives on - The National
10 May 2010
Interview with Rem Koolhaas and Feature on Al Manakh: Gulf Continued, a 536-page guide to the Gulf published by AMO, Pink Tank, Archis and the Netherlands Architecture Institute in April 2010.
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25 May 2010
Tomes, sweet tomes: how Rem Koolhaas re-engineered the architecture book - Guardian

05 May 2010
Feature on OMA Bookmachine, an exhibition of 35 years of OMA publications in one single 40,000 page book, on display at London's Architectural Association.

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25 May 2010
Ravaged cities of Russia get Koolhaas cure - The Independent
25 May 2010
Feature on Strelka, a new postgraduate school for media, architecture and design in Moscow, which educational program is written by AMO.
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23 May 2010
Arts hub chief dismisses fears of design mishmash - SCMP

Tanna Chong, Aug 23, 2010


The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority has brushed aside concerns that the final design of the arts hub will end up being a mishmash of incoherent elements.
The final plan for the 42-hectare project would maintain the integrity of its original design, the authority's chief executive, Graham Sheffield, said.

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10 May 2010
Big thinker sees Gulf in modern terms – FT
10 May 2010
Feature on Al Manakh: Gulf Continued, a 536-page guide to the Gulf published by AMO, Pink Tank, Archis and the Netherlands Architecture Institute in April 2010.
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5 May 2010
OMA Book Machine at the Architectural Association
London, 7 May 2010 – OMA Book Machine, running from 7 May – 4 June at the Architectural Association in London, is the first ever retrospective of the books produced by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture – a practice co-founded by a writer, Rem Koolhaas, largely on the basis of a book, Delirious New York (1978). The centrepiece of the show is a specially-made 40,000-page book, binding together hundreds of OMA’s pamphlets and books made over 35 years of architectural thought, work and provocation.
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3 May 2010
Strelka, a new school in Moscow, launches with AMO collaboration
Moscow, 4 May 2010 – Strelka, a new postgraduate school for media, architecture and design, launches its ambitious educational program for 2010-11, developed in collaboration with AMO, in a special event at the Red October Chocolate Factory in Moscow on 25 May.
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18 April 2010
AMO launches Al Manakh: Gulf Continued
Rotterdam, 19 April – Al Manakh: Gulf Continued is an essential and comprehensive guide to the cities of the Gulf, penetrating media clichés and delving deep into the new challenges facing the region in the wake of the financial crisis.
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13 April 2010
Rem Koolhaas Returns to Cornell – Cornell Daily Sun

14 April 2010
Rem Koolhaas delivers a lecture at Cornell University – where OMA is building a major extension to the College of Art, Architecture, and Planning – on OMA's projects in the US, built and unbuilt.

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7 April 2010
AMO presents vision for a decarbonized European power grid to EU leaders
Brussels, 13 April, 2010 – AMO, the think tank within the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), has extended its expertise in planning into the design of the future energy infrastructure of the EU as part of Roadmap 2050: A Practical Guide to a Prosperous, Low-Carbon Europe. The project, proposing an EU-wide decarbonized power grid by 2050, launches in Brussels today to an audience of European leaders.
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5 April 2010
Look past the liveability ranks – Financial Times

6 April 2010
Editorial by Reinier de Graaf in the Financial Times special supplement The Future of Cities.

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2 April 2010
The 1970s and the beginning of OMA - Elia Zenghelis lecture
24 November 2009
Elia Zenghelis, co-founder of OMA, lectures at Rotterdam's Berlage Institute on the early years of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture
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2 April 2010
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec – Radio Canada
1 April 2010
OMA's competition-winning design for an additional building for the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
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28 March 2010
OMA wins competition for major museum expansion in Quebec City
New York, 31 March 2010 – The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), has won the competition for a major expansion to the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ). The 12,000m2 new building, a cascade of three overlapping boxes at the juncture of downtown Quebec City and the historic Battlefields Park, will be OMA's first built project in Canada.
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22 March 2010
Un urbanisme pour Eco Vallée - Metro
17 March 2010
OMA's unveils its study for the Plaine du Var region of the Côte d'Azur.
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