Steven Holl was born in Bremerton, Washington, in 1947. An honors graduate of the University of Washington, he also studied architecture in Rome in 1970, and did post-graduate work at the Architectural Association in London in 1976. After starting his professional career in California, he established his own firm in New York City in 1976. He is a tenured faculty member at Columbia University where he has taught since 1981. In July 2001 Time Magazine named Steven Holl as America's Best Architect, for 'buildings that satisfy the spirit as well as the eye.' Steven Holl was awarded the 2012 AIA Gold Medal, and the 2010 Jencks Award of the RIBA. Other awards include the first ever Arts Award of the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards (2008), Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (2003), the Smithsonian Institute's Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture (2002), the French Grande Medaille d'Or (2001), the prestigious Alvar Aalto Medal (1998), the Arnold W. Brunner Prize in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the New York American Institute of Architects Medal of Honor (1997). He has published numerous texts, including Anchoring (1989), Intertwining (1996), Parallax (2000), Idea and Phenomena (2002), Luminosity/Porosity (2006), House: black swan theory (2007), Architecture Spoken (2007), Urbanisms: Working with Doubt (2009), Hamsun Holl Hamarøy (2010), Horizontal Skyscraper (2011), Scale (2012), and Color Light Time (2012). Most recently published is Urban Hopes: Made in China by Steven Holl Architects (2013).
Язык: английский / испанский
24 x 34 cm – 2.5 kg