After a two-phase international competition back in 2009, OMA had won the first prize in the design competition to build the new Taipei Performing Arts Centre in Taiwan. The daring project led by OMA partners, Rem Koolhas and David Gianotten, will consist of an architectural structure made up of three theaters. Its geometric design will exhibit the available stages into one central cubic form, expanding the usage flexibility for the theaters in which partakes in this exploratory route to include experimental performances for each autonomous stage. The contemporary composition is meant to develop this new public circulation with its systematic seat and stage arrangements, combined with a slight exposure of backstage parts. The proposed construction that once stirred controversial debates amongst architects back in 2009 is beginning construction plans. The 180 million dollar project is set to be complete by 2015 with intentions to “allow the theater to engage with a broader public.” For more information on the Taipei Performing Arts Centre, click here.