Architecture is a beautiful thing to love | and an even better thing to share
March 8, 2010
Last week bdonline announced that Beijing based architect Ole Scheeren has left the international practice Office of Metropolitian Architecture (OMA) the influential firm started by Rem Koolhaas in the 1970s. Scheeren was a partner of OMA and headed the Beijing office where he oversaw the development of projects such as the CCTV, and joins an illustrious list of architects who've earned a measure of success since OMA - a practice Koolhaas has often described as an incubator for talent.
Here is an incomplete list (part deux) of practices launched from Koolhaas/OMA