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Three cheers for Rem Koolhaas.

Whenever things at the AJ seem to be getting dull the email system gives a little ping and a new scheme from the ever-fabulous Office for Metropolitan Architecture lands.

The latest, which can be seen on www. ajplus. co. uk, is, to be honest, really rather wacky.

The project, planned for Kentucky, resembles a set of children's building blocks stacked up on one another - but at a height of 60 storeys.

The client is quoted as saying: 'Ever since we saw the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, we've asked: 'Why not in Louisville?'' Well, quite.

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