Rem Koolhaas, Winy Maas, Elizabeth Alford, Xaveer de Geyter, Ray Maggiore, Vince Scirano, Ron Steiner, Yushi Uehara. Palm Bay Seafront Hotel and Convention Center Project, Agadir, Morocco. 1990

Rem Koolhaas, Winy Maas with with Elizabeth Alford, Xaveer de Geyter, Ray Maggiore, Vince Scirano, Ron Steiner, Yushi Uehara Palm Bay Seafront Hotel and Convention Center Project, Agadir, Morocco 1990

  • Not on view
Architectural firm
OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture)
Collaborating artist
with Elizabeth Alford, Xaveer de Geyter, Ray Maggiore, Vince Scirano, Ron Steiner, Yushi Uehara
Medium
Plaster, aluminium, and goldplate
Dimensions
5 5/8 x 27 3/8 x 27 3/8" (14.3 x 69.6 x 69.6 cm)
Model maker
de Rijk & Parthesius, Vincent de Rijk, Maarten Croonen, Erik Casius, Bert Simons, Tammo Westra
Credit
Gift of the architect in honor of Philip Johnson
Object number
414.1996
Copyright
© 2019 Rem Koolhaas
Department
Architecture and Design

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