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Designing the Future


by Jerome Weeks 21 Jul 2008

Rem Koolhaas, one of the architects behind the Wyly Theater in the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, spoke to Der Spiegel about the decline of the “organic European city,” designing a city for 1.5 million people in Dubai and the future of architecture in China and the West: The unanswered question is whether our […]

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Rem Koolhaas, one of the architects behind the Wyly Theater in the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, spoke to Der Spiegel about the decline of the “organic European city,” designing a city for 1.5 million people in Dubai and the future of architecture in China and the West:

The unanswered question is whether our cooperation, this internationalization, will result in a common language of architecture, whether we will speak two different languages or whether there will be a mixture of the two.

And here’s the photo gallery of some of Koolhaas’ recent work.

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