Internationally recognized for his ability to blend space and light with great contextual sensitivity, architect Steven Holl achieves his award-winning designs by beginning each commission with a small watercolor exploring light, color, and form. Paintings help Holl create a concept-driven design that showcases the unique qualities of each project. This collection of watercolors, which are works of art themselves, includes his most recent projects, from the JFK Center for the Performing Arts expansion and Hunters Point Public Library to University College Dublin.
Steven Holl is one of the most highly regarded architects in the world, known for his award-winning residential and institutional work; his watercolors; his teaching and writings. He received the Praemium Imperiale (a global arts prize from the Japan Art Association) in 2014, the American Institute of Architects’ Gold Medal in 2012, and the Royal Institute of British Architects’ Jencks Award in 2010.
|Publication Date||27 October 2020|