Ole Scheeren's architecture firm has unveiled a new headquarters for China's oldest art auction house, which is now under construction just two blocks away from Beijing's Forbidden City (+ slideshow). More
World Architecture Festival 2014: architect Ole Scheeren has revealed more about the motivations behind The Interlace, an "important prototype" for housing where horizontal buildings are stacked diagonally across one another to frame terraces, gardens and plazas (+ slideshow). More
World Architecture Festival 2014: after working as project architect for OMA's giant CCTV tower, architect Ole Scheeren stepped out of Rem Koolhaas' shadow and set up his own practice in China. He spoke to Dezeen about what he learned from his former mentor and the vastly different speed, scale and ambition of working in the east (+ slideshow). More
Dezeen and MINI World Tour: Colin Seah of Ministry of Design shows us examples of how Singapore is responding to the challenge of housing a growing population without sacrificing its green spaces in our second movie from the city. More
Buro Ole Scheeren has unveiled a pair of skyscrapers with concave walls for Singapore's historic Kampong Glam district. More
Dezeenwire: architect Ole Scheeren has announced his new firm, Büro Ole Scheeren. See press release below.
Dezeenwire: architect Ole Scheeren is to leave Office for Metropolitan Architecture and establish his own studio - see press release below: