a+u 00:05 special issue: OMA@work

Autor: Rem Koolhaas
Nakladatelství: The Japan Architect
Rok vydání: 2000
ISBN: 978-4900211537
Formát: 22x29 cm, 280 stran
Jazyk: anglicky
Běžná cena: 2025 Kč
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Founded by Rem Koolhaas in the 1970s OMA is today one of the leading architectural firms in the world. Fame came early, when in 1978 OMA won first prize in a competition for the extension of the Dutch parliament. A great many awards followed including Prize for Intensive Space Use awarded by the Dutch Government and the Architectural Institute of Japan's Award for the Best Building in Japan, Nexus World Housing. OMA is very active in the United States, working on projects as diverse as the new Seattle public Library and the McCormick Tribune Campus Center in Chicago. OMA acts as consultant in redefining the corporate identity of the client in the context of the architectural process. Works featured range from private residences to large scale urban planning and include the extension of the MoMA, New York; MAB-Tower, Rotterdam; Casa da Musica, Portugal; TGB (Very Big Library), Paris. Essay by Rem Koolhaas titled 'Junkspace'. Works 1989 Patio Villa 1991 Villa Dall’Ava 1991 Nexus World Housing 1991 Renovation of Hotel Furka Blick 1992 Kunsthal 1993 Dutch House 1994 Euralille 1994 Congrexpo (Lille Grand Palais) 1997 Educatorium 1998 Maison à Bordeaux 1999 Second Stage Theater Recent Projects SchipholS (Schiphol Amsterdam Airport) Y2K (Private Residence Rotterdam) Casa Da Musica Seattle Public Library MAB-Tower Chassé Campus Breda Almere Urban Redevelopment / Block 6 Projects for International Competition 1982 Parc de la Villette 1989 TGB (Very Big Library) 1989 ZKM (Center for Art and Media Technology) 1997 Extension of the MoMA Feature Texts by Rem Koolhaas Essay: Junkspace Lecture: Transformations Lecture: Bigness & Velocity OMA@work.1972-2000 Chronology of OMA through over a Hundred Images