17 Excerpts from OMA Publications To Read and Download

Earlier this year, the Rem Koolhaas-led firm OMA launched a redesign of its website. If you haven’t already popped over to see more than three decades worth of cutting-edge, provocative architecture projects, you’ll have a good reason to now: downloadable excerpts from six of the office’s highly acclaimed books and magazines. 

1. Elements (2014)

Publisher: Marsilio


Elements (2014). Image via www.oma.eu

Elements (2014). Image via http://www.oma.eu

Available Excerpts:

  • Ramp II: Claude Parent

via www.oma.eu

via http://www.oma.eu

(Download here)

2. Project Japan (2011)

Publisher: Taschen


Project Japan (2011). Image via www.oma.eu

Project Japan (2011). Image via http://www.oma.eu

Available Excerpts:

  • Kisho Kurokawa 
  • Arata Isozaki 
  • Media Architects

via www.oma.eu

via http://www.oma.eu

(Download here)

3. Al Manakh (2007)

Publisher: Archis


Al Manakh (2007). Image via www.oma.eu

Al Manakh (2007). Image via http://www.oma.eu

Available Excerpts:

  • Drawn in the Sand
  • Introducing
  • Cityscape 2006 Report
  • Export Dubai
  • Workers in the City

via www.oma.eu

via http://www.oma.eu

(Download here)

4. Post Occupancy (2006)

Publisher: Domus d’Autore


Post Occupancy (2006). Image via www.oma.eu

Post Occupancy (2006). Image via http://www.oma.eu

Available Excerpts:

  • Casa da Música

via www.oma.eu

via http://www.oma.eu

(Download here)

5. Content (2004)

Publisher: Taschen


Content (2004). Image via www.oma.eu

Content (2004). Image via http://www.oma.eu

Available Excerpts:

  • AMO Atlas
  • Go East!
  • Utopia Station
  • The Enemy + CCTV

via www.oma.eu

via http://www.oma.eu

(Download here)

6. Project on the City II: The Harvard Guide to Shopping (2001)

Publisher: Taschen


Project on the City II: The Harvard Guide to Shopping (2001). Image via www.oma.eu

Project on the City II: The Harvard Guide to Shopping (2001). Image via http://www.oma.eu

Available Excerpts:

  • Evolution
  • Escalator
  • Relearning from Las Vegas

(Download here)

We included OMA’s website in our feature on the “Best Designed, Most Useful, Architecture Firm Websites“. Check out the others, here.

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