Pritzker architect Rem Koolhaas will design the fourth annual Melbourne Mpavilion.

Announced 21 February by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation, this will be the first Australian project for the founding director of Dutch architecture practice, Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). He will work with managing partner, David Gianotten who established a branch office in Australia in 2016 and is currently engaged in the new Perth Museum project in Western Australia.

As a taster for what you can expect from the duo, here are eight projects designed by OMA from around the world: 

Axel Springer Campus, Germany
Axel-Springer-Campus_copyright-OMA.jpgImage: OMA

De Rotterdam, The Netherlands
De-Rotterdam_photo-Frans_Parthesius.jpgPhotography by Frans Parthesius

Faena District, USA
Faena-District_Iwan-Baan-01.jpgPhotography by Iwan Baan

Feyenoord City, The Netherlands
Feyenoord-City-The-Strip_copyright-OMA.jpgImage: OMA

Fondazione Prada, Italy
Fondazione-Prada_Photo-Bas-Princen-01.jpgPhotography by Bas Princen

Garage Museum, Russia
Garage-Museum_Photo-Iwan-Baan-courtesy-OMA-01.jpgPhotography by Iwan Baan

New Museum for Western Australia, Australia
New-Museum_Museum-Street-entrance_HASSELL-OMA-Copyright.jpgImage: Hassell and OMA

Taipei Performing Arts Center, Taiwan
TPAC_perspective-approach-from-north-copyright-OMA-_ArtefactoryLab.jpgImage: OMA