• The construction​ of two unusual-looking residential towers is set to begin in Brooklyn, New York City, in August this year. Designed by OMA, the buildings are likened to dancing partners by the firm and feature a striking blocky design that's meant to maximize views.
  • A new enclave in Tokyo, Japan, will soon offer places to live, work and relax, as well as act as a gateway to the rest of the city. Added to the existing tower at Toranomon Hills will be three more towers and integrated transported facilities, all linked by an elevated park.
  • Rotterdam's OMA has been given the nod to extensively renovate Berlin's famous Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe) department store. The firm will mostly focus on modernizing the interior by splitting it into four sections, but a distinctive new glass roof will also be added.
  • The winner of a tender for a major new hotel development in Amsterdam has been announced. It will be based at the Amsterdam RAI exhibition and conference center. Designed by OMA, the Nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel is designed to be an attraction in itself and will have a striking twisted design.
  • A design by international architecture firm OMA has been selected for the new Axel Springer media center in Berlin. The design is aimed at encouraging collaborative working in a digital age.