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OMA is embarking on a UK project that will focus on Manchester’s vibrant creative, arts and culture scene
The plans for Factory, the flagship cultural venue for the North designed by world-leading architects Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), founded by Rem Koolhaas, have been granted planning approval by Manchester City Council.
The project is OMA’s first major public building in the UK and is led by project partners Ellen van Loon and Rem Koolhaas. Construction is due to begin in Spring 2017.
Factory will be a groundbreaking new venue driven by the extraordinary creative vision and breadth of Manchester’s cultural life. It will form part of the vibrant new St. John's neighbourhood, which is being developed by Allied London, in partnership with Manchester City Council, on the site of the former Granada TV Studios.
Ellen van Loon, OMA partner in charge of the project: “Much of my professional life has been spent undoing limitations of the traditiona