Holl’s practice has been quietly defying architecture’s drift toward programmatic and computational excess for 40 years.
This proposal for University College Dublin, announced today as the winner of an international competition, takes cues from the famed natural landmark Giant's Causeway.
The new St. Bartholomew’s Hospital support facility, which opened Monday, is a sensitive new neighbor in a historic context.
Princeton University's Lewis Center for the Arts finds Holl eschewing restraint, but his powers of atmosphere remain intact.
Featuring multi-colored volumes of photovoltaic glass, the new facility will reflect the organization’s global outlook while raising the bar for environmental standards.
We catch up with the renowned architect and discuss Zaha Hadid, his Maggie's Centre St. Bart's, and why postmodernism was so terrible.
The acclaimed American architect discusses the idea process behind his buildings.
A monograph dedicated to Steven Holl's large-scale projects in China points to a new 21st-century urbanism.
Steven Hall talks about his watercolor drawings
All of Steven Holl’s buildings begin the same way: with an intuitive brush stroke, usually first thing in the morning. “For me, drawing is a form of thought,” he says. “I start every project with a concept diagram. I used…
For visualizing concepts and pulling all aspects of a project together, the architect is a firm believer in the art of the watercolor.
The Daeyang Gallery and House in Seoul, Korea, by Steven Holl Architects Courtesy Iwan Baan This year, the American Institute of Architects conferred its highest honor, the AIA Gold Medal, upon Steven Holl. I had the opportunity to talk with…