OMA Goes Back To The Source For Shenzhen
Now that OMA is without AMO and Prince-Ramus, it appears that they have gone back to their earliest roots: cutting, pasting, and morphing disappeared Mies Van der Rohe projects to delirious ends (also, see S, M, L, XL for the 1986 Milan Triennale installation). Recently the Shenzhen Stock Exchange announced that OMA had designed their new exchange and offices, pictured above.
We're not sure what to think. Brilliant, or contrived? Cutting edge, or jumped the shark? Brutal, or excess hubris? We can't find more than this rendering, so we'll wait for more pretty pictures before forming our opinion.
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