Structure.- NTT Facilities.
MEP.- NTT Facilities.
Landscape Architect.- Landscape Plus.
Lighting.- Lighting Planners Associates.
Graphics, Signage, Wayfinding.- Daikoku Design Institute, Bikohsha.
Arquitecto Ejecutivo.- Instalaciones NTT.
Estructura.- NTT Facilities.
MEP.- Instalaciones de NTT.
Arquitecto paisajista.- Landscape Plus.
Iluminación.- Lighting Planners Associates.
Gráficos, señalización y orientación.- Daikoku Design Institute, Bikohsha.
Public Space.- 1,120 sqm.
Terrace.- 90 sqm.
Parking.- 600 sqm.
BOH.- 1,060 sqm.
MEP.- 630 sqm.
Total Area.- 7,800 sqm.
Comercio.- 4,300 m².
Espacio público.- 1,120 m².
Terraza.- 90 m².
Aparcamiento.- 600 m².
BOH.- 1,060 m².
MEP.- 630 m².
Superficie total.- 7,800 m².
June 2021.– Design Development.
June 2022.– Construction Documentation.
October 2022.– Groundbreaking.
February 2025.– Expected Completion.
Noviembre 2020.– Proyecto Adjudicado.
Junio 2021.– Desarrollo del diseño.
Junio 2022.– Documentación de la construcción.
Octubre 2022.– Inicio de la obra.
Febrero 2025.– Finalización prevista.
He has led the office in New York since 2006. Sho's designs for cultural venues include the Quebec National Beaux Arts Museum and the Faena Arts Center in Miami Beach, as well as direct collaborations with artists, including Cai Guo Qiang, Marina Abramovic and Kanye West.
Sho is currently designing a number of luxury, high rise towers in San Francisco, New York, and Miami, as well as a mixed-use complex in Santa Monica. His engagement with urban conditions around the world include a new civic center in Bogota, Colombia; a post-Hurricane Sandy, urban water strategy for New Jersey; and a food hub in Louisville, Kentucky.
He is a design critic at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he is conducting a research studio entitled Alimentary Design, investigating the intersection of food, architecture and urbanism.
Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) is a leading international partnership practicing architecture, urbanism, and cultural analysis. OMA's buildings and masterplans around the world insist on intelligent forms while inventing new possibilities for content and everyday use. OMA is led by ten partners – Rem Koolhaas, Ellen van Loon, Reinier de Graaf, Shohei Shigematsu, Iyad Alsaka, David Gianotten, Chris van Duijn, Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, Jason Long and Michael Kokora – and maintains offices in Rotterdam, New York, Beijing, Hong Kong, Doha and Dubai.
Responsible for OMA’s operations in America, OMA New York was established in 2001 and has since overseen the successful completion of several buildings across the country including Milstein Hall at Cornell University (2011); the Wyly Theater in Dallas (2009); the Seattle Central Library (2004); the IIT Campus Center in Chicago (2003); and Prada’s Epicenter in New York (2001). The office is currently overseeing the construction of three cultural projects, including the Musée National des Beaux-arts du Québec and the Faena Arts District in Miami Beach – both scheduled for completion in 2016 – as well as a studio expansion for artist Cai Guo Qiang in New York. The New York office has most recently been commissioned to design a number of residential towers in San Francisco, New York, and Miami, as well as two projects in Los Angeles; the Plaza at Santa Monica, a mixed use complex in Los Angeles, and the Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
OMA New York’s ongoing engagements with urban conditions around the world include a new civic center in Bogota, Colombia; a post-Hurricane Sandy, urban water strategy for New Jersey; the 11th Street Bridge Park and RFK Stadium-Armory Campus Masterplan in Washington, DC; and a food hub in West Louisville, Kentucky.