Amongst his collection of internationally recognized work is the expansion of the Milwaukee Art Museum in Wisconsin (2001), the Athens Olympic Sports Complex (2004), the Light Rail Train Bridge in Jerusalem (2007) the Quarto Ponte sul Canal Grande in Venice (2008) and the Liege-Guillemins TGV Railway Station in Belgium (2009).
What does OAKA stand for?
OAKA stands for Athens Olympic Sports Complex (Greek)
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2001); the Athens Olympic Sports Complex (2004); and Turning Torso Tower in Malmo, Sweden (2005).
ATHENS 2004 Olympic Games Kodak Fact Sheet - Kodak Digital Picture Center To help Olympic ticket holders capture and share their precious Olympic memories with friends and family all over the world, Eastman Kodak Company has set up the Kodak Digital Picture Center in the Common Domain area of the Athens Olympic Sports Complex (OAKA).
A recently-expanded menu of variety and choice, one of the largest ever offered by McDonald's at the Games, is available to athletes, coaches, officials, reporters and spectators at the three McDonald's restaurant sites located in the Olympic Village, Main Press Center (MPC) and Athens Olympic Sports Complex (OAKA).
Feeding The Athletes As the Official Restaurant of the 2004 Olympic Games, McDonald's will operate three special full-service restaurants, one serving athletes, coaches and officials in the Olympic Village; one serving media at the Main Press Center; and the third feeding spectators at the Athens Olympic Sports Complex (OAKA).