German-born and Beijing-based Ole Scheeren is principal of Buro Ole Scheeren and an internationally celebrated architect. He is working on a series of projects, including Angkasa Raya in central Kuala Lumpur, a large-scale urban development in Singapore, a studio/gallery for a Beijing-based artist, the new headquarters for China’s oldest art auction house in Beijing and Archipelago Cinema.
Prior to founding Buro Ole Scheeren, he was partner and director of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, and responsible for the office's work across Asia. He successfully led the design and realization of the China Central Television Station CCTV and the Television Cultural Centre TVCC in Beijing. Other projects include MahaNakhon, The Interlace, The Scotts Tower, as well as the Taipei Performing Arts Center. Scheeren directed OMA’s work for Prada and completed the Prada Epicenters in New York (2001) and Los Angeles (2004).