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Southbank tower . Melbourne

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OMA’s entry for the Southbank by Beulah tower competition has been revealed to the public by lead designer David Gianotten at the Future Cities symposium in Melbourne. At a height of 345m and total GFA of 255,000 m2, the project would be the largest building that OMA designed after CCTV. Continue reading OMA

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Albright-Knox-Gundlach Art Museum . Buffalo

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The AK360 project – an ambitious campus development project for the Albright Knox Gallery – will double the number of masterworks the museum can display and will also provide state-of-the-art space for presenting special exhibitions. The project will enhance the visitor experience at the museum, creating more space for education, dining, and social activities, while better integrating the campus to the landscape of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Delaware Park. Continue reading OMA

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KANAL . Chengdu . Brussels

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Design is typically about addition. Something is needed; design translates the need into a new shape.

Elimination is underestimated as a design strategy.

We propose to make elimination the essence of our Brussels / Citroen project. Continue reading OMA

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Genesis Gangnam. Seoul

© June Young Lim

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Car shops, formerly the prime sales venue for cars, are no longer the exclusive setting in which cars are branded and presented to customers. Multichannel points of sales enable customers to choose between brands and models before entering the car shop; as a result, 90% of the customers who visit a car store have already chosen a model in advance. Under the pressure of the increased fragmentation of sales and in response to changing consumer habits, the automotive retail store has increasingly turned into a space for marketing and visual branding. This is reflected in the design of the retail space: the ubiquitous vitrine typology has created a mish-mash of brands and product. Continue reading OMA