David Gianotten is the Managing Partner – Architect of OMA globally, responsible for the overall organisational and financial management, business strategy, and growth of the company in all markets, in addition to his architectural portfolio.
David has overseen the design and construction of various projects including the Taipei Performing Arts Centre in Taipei Taiwan; the Prince Plaza Building in Shenzhen China; the KataOMA resort in Bali; the New Museum for Western Australia in Perth; the masterplan of Rotterdam’s Feyenoord City and the design of the new 63,000 seat Stadium Feijenoord in The Netherlands; and Amsterdam’s Bajes Kwartier, a conversion of a large 1960s prison complex into a truly sustainable neighbourhood with 1,350 apartments, also in The Netherlands.
David led the design and realisation of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange headquarters in Shenzhen China and was also responsible for the end stages of the CCTV headquarters in Beijing China. David’s work has been published worldwide and several of his projects have received international awards, including the 2017 Melbourne Design Awards and two Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Awards in 2013.
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