Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas has made a name for himself with opera houses, office buildings, museums, parks, libraries and skyscrapers. In 2015 he was the curator of the architectural biennale in Venice.
Architecture has become global and national characteristics are blurring. At the Venice Architecture Biennale, participating countries explore the last century of building history - together, rather than as competitors.
The highly acclaimed Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas was recently awarded Berlin's architecture prize for his design of the Royal Dutch Embassy in the German capital. A new exhibition looks at the work of the top architect.
Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas in Berlin; Confucian philosophy in Paris and a German town celebrates eight decades of Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies.
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