Steven Holl

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Oprawa: Hardback,  Format: 29x25 cm, Stron: 2888, Illustrations: 400 colour illustrations, 2015 r.


Comprehensive monograph on one of America's greatest living architects by award-winning author and architecture critic Robert McCarter. Robert McCarter has known and taught with Holl for over 30 years and provides an authoritative and personal examination of Holl and his work. Offers an extensive overview of both realized and unrealized works and the inspiration behind them. 


A must-own book for architects as well as for stents of the discipline. Richly illustrated with hundreds of colour photographs and Holl's own watercolours. 

Contents and sections: 

INTRODUCTION / RETROSPECT
To Enlarge Space — Beginnings in Architecture
 

CHAPTER 1: Archetype / Experience

1-1. Five Unbuilt Designs
  • 01. Sokolov Retreat, St. Tropez, France
  • 02. Gymnasium Bridge, South Bronx, New York
  • 03. Bridge of Houses, New York, New York
  • 04. Urban Proposal for Porta Vittoria District, Milan, Italy
  • 05. Amerika-Gedenkbibliothek, Berlin, Germany
1-2. Five Early Built Works
  • 06. Pool House and Sculpture Stio, Scarsdale, New York
  • 07. Cohen Apartment, New York, New York
  • 08. House at Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts
  • 09. Pace Collection Showroom, New York, New York
  • 10. Hybrid Building, Seaside, Florida
1-3. Edge of a City: Five Urban Designs
  • 11. Erie Canal Houses, Rochester, New York
  • 12. Stitch Plan, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 13. Spatial Retaining Bars, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 14. Spiroid Sectors, Dallas, Texas
  • 15. Parallax Towers, New York, New York
CHAPTER 2: Anchoring / Intertwining
  • 16. Void Space / Hinged Space Housing, Fukuoka, Japan
  • 17. Stretto House, Dallas, Texas
  • 18. Palazzo del Cinema, Venice, Italy
  • 19. Chapel of St. Ignatius, Seattle, Washington
  • 20. Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland
CHAPTER 3: Luminosity / Porosity
  • 21. Cranbrook Institute of Science Addition, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
  • 22. Sarphatistraat Offices Addition, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 23. Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington
  • 24. Simmons Hall, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • 25. Higgins Hall Addition, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York
3-1. Black Swan Theory:Five Houses
  • 26. Y-House, Catskills, New York
  • 27. Little Tesseract House, Rhinebeck, New York
  • 28. Nail Collector’s House, Essex, New York
  • 29. Writing with Light House, Long Island, New York
  • 30. Planar House, Phoenix, Arizona


About the Author
Robert McCarter is a practicing architect and has been Ruth and Norman Moore Professor of Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis since 2007. He taught previously at the University of Florida, where he was Director of the School of Architecture from 1991–2001, and Columbia University, among other schools. He has written for numerous international publications, and his books incle: Carlo Scarpa(2013), Understanding Architecture, co-authored with Juhani Pallasmaa (2012), Louis I Kahn (2005), On and By Frank Lloyd Wright: A Primer of Architectural Principles (2005), Frank Lloyd Wright (1997), Unity Temple (1997), and Fallingwater (1994), all by Phaidon Press. He has also published Wiel Arets: Autobiographical References (2012), Frank Lloyd Wright: Critical Lives (2006); and William Morgan: Selected and Current Work(2002), among other books.

"I definitely believe in ideas driving a design, and that makes me different from the people who pretend to be phenomenologists. I am very different from them: you must have an idea to drive a design. I am much closer to Peter Eisenman or Zaha Hadid than I am to Zumthor. Le Corbusier always had an idea; and so did Louis Kahn. That's for me enormously important. I also believe that you don't need to know what that idea is to appreciate a building."
—Steven Holl in Architectural Review

"This volume treats Holl as one of the greatest living architects... this is a well-illustrated must-have for stents of the architect's work."
Metropolis

"This is one for inspiration."
Selectism