Dutch firm MVRDV has won a design competition for a new business district in Shanghai, which is already under construction near the city's Hongqiao Airport. More »
When we posted a story about MVRDV's glass building printed with the image of a farmhouse, our readers wondered how it would be occupied and how the facade would look when illuminated from within. This new set of images reveals just that (+ slideshow). More »
Dutch office MVRDV and French architects de Alzua+ have won a competition to re-masterplan the French town of Villeneuve d'Ascq and are proposing a building that cantilevers over a motorway. More »
This shop and office complex by Dutch architects MVRDV is disguised as an old farmhouse, but its walls and roof are actually made from glass. More »
Dutch studio MVRDV has given the new Oslo headquarters for Norwegian bank DNB a pixellated appearance by building a stack of brick and glass cubes (+ slideshow). More »
Dutch studio MVRDV is proposing a 400-metre skyscraper for Jakarta that looks like a pile of at least ten separate buildings. More »
Dezeen Wire: Dutch architects MVRDV have received threatening emails and angry phone calls after revealing proposals for skyscrapers that resemble the exploding World Trade Centre on 9/11.
We published the project first on Dezeen, prompting outrage from many of our readers. One declared the images “insensitive and offensive” while another claimed “this is like 9/11 freeze framed”. More »