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INHABITAT INTERVIEW: 7 Questions with Architect Steven Holl

INHABITAT INTERVIEW: 7 Questions with Architect Steven Holl

INHABITAT: How would you describe your signature style? As we all know, we're in the era of the 'iconic building' and the 'starchitect'. However facile this might be, the designs of public institutions

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Steven Holl’s Knut Hamsun Museum Stands Tall in the Norwegian Countryside

Steven Holl’s Knut Hamsun Museum Stands Tall in the Norwegian Countryside

Like any good architect, Steven Holl finds inspiration in unexpected places. His award-winning Swiss residence was inspired by the black rocks and white snow of the Swiss Alps. And this project, a museum

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Steven Holl Architects’ Completed Glasgow School of Art Extension Meets Mixed Reviews

Steven Holl Architects’ Completed Glasgow School of Art Extension Meets Mixed Reviews

Designed in collaboration with JM Architects, the Reid Building aims to forge "a symbiotic relation with Mackintosh in which each structure heightens the integral qualities of the other." In contrast to

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Steven Holl Unveils Solar-Powered Geothermal ‘Art Islands’ for China’s Qingdao Culture and Art Center

Steven Holl Unveils Solar-Powered Geothermal ‘Art Islands’ for China’s Qingdao Culture and Art Center

Steven Holl Architects' 2 million square meter proposal for the Culture and Art Center of Qingdao City features gallery spaces and public routes that connect all aspects of the landscape and create a high

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Inversion: Steven Holl Unveils LED-lit Sculptures Carved from 21 Million-Year-Old Stone for Milan Design Week

Inversion: Steven Holl Unveils LED-lit Sculptures Carved from 21 Million-Year-Old Stone for Milan Design Week

Steven Holl Architects has an incredible installation planned for Milan’s Interni Hybrid Architecture Exhibition. Called INVERSION, the installation consists of six void-cut limestone sculptures made

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Steven Holl Architects Unveil Green-Roofed Ecology and Planning Museum for Tianjin Ecocity, China

Steven Holl Architects Unveil Green-Roofed Ecology and Planning Museum for Tianjin Ecocity, China

The project consists of two museums; the Ecology museum will be connected via a high-speed tram to the central business district of the Ecocity itself, and will focus specifically on Earth to Earth, Earth

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Steven Holl Completes Construction on LEED Gold Sliced Porosity Block in China

Steven Holl Completes Construction on LEED Gold Sliced Porosity Block in China

Located in Chengdu, Holl took inspiration from historic local poet, Du Fu, who wrote of Three Valleys. With this poem in mind, Holl created three plaza levels that represent the valleys and time, each

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Steven Holl Unveils New Translucent Institute of Contemporary Art in Virginia

Steven Holl Unveils New Translucent Institute of Contemporary Art in Virginia

The Institute of Contemporary Art by Steven Holl will serve as both a gateway to VCU and a catalyst for contemporary art on the campus and throughout Richmond. The museum will provide space for visual and

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Steven Holl Architects Chosen to Design Houston Museum of Fine Art Addition

Steven Holl Architects Chosen to Design Houston Museum of Fine Art Addition

photo of the Nelson Atkins Museum by Steven Holl Architects The Houston Museum of Fine Arts has just chosen Steven Holl Architects to design a new building for their expansive institution. One of our

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Steven Holl Wins the 2011 AIA Gold Medal!

Steven Holl Wins the 2011 AIA Gold Medal!

Steven Holl, sculptor of air and light and principal at Steven Holl Architects was just named the 2011 American Institute of Architects Gold Medal Winner for his innovative designs and contributions to

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Architect Steven Holl Unveils Design for Campbell Sports Center at Columbia University

Architect Steven Holl Unveils Design for Campbell Sports Center at Columbia University

For years we've reported on Steven Holl's new projects popping up all over the world, and now we're happy to report that the architect is returning to the Big Apple, bringing with him a striking new

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Steven Holl’s Sliced Porosity Block Tops Off in Chengdu, China

Steven Holl’s Sliced Porosity Block Tops Off in Chengdu, China

The project is slated to achieve LEED Gold. The design includes, amongst many other things, a sizable ground source heat pump consisting of 480 wells to provide heating and cooling for the complex. Sliced

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Steven Holl’s Horizontal Skyscraper Wins Coveted 2011 American Architecture Award!

Steven Holl’s Horizontal Skyscraper Wins Coveted 2011 American Architecture Award!

As long as the Empire State Building is tall, the horizontal skyscraper is enormous and could have had a disastrous environmental impact. Instead, by pushing it off the ground, covering it in green roofs,

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Steven Holl’s Cité de l’Océan et du Surf Museum Opens in Biarritz!

Steven Holl’s Cité de l’Océan et du Surf Museum Opens in Biarritz!

Located on a pie-shaped site perpendicular to the beach, the museum is like an arrow pointing towards the ocean. The museum's shape is concave and derived from the spatial concept “under the

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Steven Holl Unveils Solar Powered Doctorate’s Building At The National University of Colombia

Steven Holl Unveils Solar Powered Doctorate’s Building At The National University of Colombia

Loving pretty much everything Steven Holl does, we were excited to see the the architect's preliminary concept designs for the new Doctorate's Building at the National University of Colombia in Bogotá

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Steven Holl Completes Green-Roofed Nanjing Museum of Art & Architecture

Steven Holl Completes Green-Roofed Nanjing Museum of Art & Architecture

Image © Shu He As Western painters developed vanishing points from a fixed perspective after the 13th Century, Chinese painters rejected the single-point vanishing method. Instead of focusing on

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INHABITAT INTERVIEW: Seven Questions With Architect Steven Holl

INHABITAT INTERVIEW: Seven Questions With Architect Steven Holl

Steven Holl is one of the most celebrated and well-respected architects working today. His architectural work is widely recognized and covers extensive ground ranging from museums, educational

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Steven Holl Unveils Light-Filled Glasgow School of Art

Steven Holl Unveils Light-Filled Glasgow School of Art

The Glasgow School of Art just announced that New York-based architect Steven Holl won the competition to design an elegant new studio, teaching and research building. The project focuses on reducing

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Steven Holl’s Modern Art Museum is a Luminous Iceberg

Steven Holl’s Modern Art Museum is a Luminous Iceberg

The winner of the 2008 AIA Institute Honor Award along with a slew of other awards and recognitions (even one from Vanity Fair), the Bloch Building has helped put Steven Holl on the map as well as the

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Steven Holl’s LEED Platinum Horizontal Skyscraper Completed!

Steven Holl’s LEED Platinum Horizontal Skyscraper Completed!

Steven Holl's well-known design aesthetic and green credentials have made him a favorite here at Inhabitat. His latest project was conceived as a new headquarters for Shenzen Vanke Real Estate that will

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Steven Holl’s Green Linked Hybrid Housing Complex Opens!

Steven Holl’s Green Linked Hybrid Housing Complex Opens!

Sitting on the outskirts of Beijing, Steven Holl’s eco city-within-a-city is now accepting more than 2,500 new residents. Featured previously on Inhabitat, Holl’s Linked Hybrid Development is a

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Steven Holl’s Stunning Solar Copenhagen Bridge

Steven Holl’s Stunning Solar Copenhagen Bridge

A welcoming beacon before a shining expanse of sea, Steven Holl Architects' LM project will update Copenhagen's waterfront with two eye-catching photovoltaic-sheathed skyscrapers and a sky bridge studded

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New Green Complex in China by Steven Holl

New Green Complex in China by Steven Holl

Architect Steven Holl always appeals to our sustainable side, capturing our imagination with beautiful designs that incorporate both social and environmental responsibility. His new design for a mixed use

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Steven Holl’s Proposal for the Hudson Yards

Steven Holl’s Proposal for the Hudson Yards

We can't help but love Steven Holl, so when we saw his design proposal for the Hudson Yards in NYC, we once again marveled at how good he is at creating responsible, human, and sustainable design that is

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STEVEN HOLLS’S HERNING CENTER OF THE ARTS

STEVEN HOLLS’S HERNING CENTER OF THE ARTS

A few days ago we got word that the Herning Center of the Arts building, designed by Steven Holl, broke ground in Denmark. As with other projects by Holl, this building is a playful combination of light,

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STEVEN HOLL’S WHITNEY WATER PURIFICATION PLANT

STEVEN HOLL’S WHITNEY WATER PURIFICATION PLANT

One of our favorite projects mentioned in the AIA/COTE 2007 list of Top Ten Green Projects was perennial Inhabitat favorite Stephen Holl's Whitney Water Treatment Plant located in New Haven, CT. This

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BLOCH BUILDING by Steven Holl

BLOCH BUILDING by Steven Holl

Architect Steven Holl is no stranger to remarkably lit gallery spaces, and his latest addition to the Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City, Missouri is a notable display of his talents in using

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SWISS RESIDENCE by Steven Holl

SWISS RESIDENCE by Steven Holl

All images copyright Andy Ryan - www.andyryan.com Okay, so at first glance, Steven Holl's new eco-friendly building seems a little austere. But let's put it into context: "inspired by the black rocks

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The Emirates Glass LEAF Awards Announce Their 2012 Shortlist

The Emirates Glass LEAF Awards Announce Their 2012 Shortlist

Mixed-Use Building of the year: + Steven Holl Architects, with Daeyang Gallery & House, Seoul, South Korea + Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects, with Tidemill Academy and Deptford Lounge, Deptford,

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Morphosis Architects Chosen To Design First CornellNYC Tech Building on Roosevelt Island

Morphosis Architects Chosen To Design First CornellNYC Tech Building on Roosevelt Island

Big news out of the Big Apple: Cornell University announced last night that Thom Mayne of Morphosis Architects will design the first of three net-zero academic buildings on its new applied sciences campus

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