Steven Holl – Anchoring
Steven Holl is a renowned American architect known for his innovative designs and focus on integrating the physical and sensory experiences of space. He has completed numerous notable projects around the world, including the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, the Simmons Hall dormitory at MIT, and the Linked Hybrid complex in Beijing.
The book ‘Anchoring’ by Steven Holl is a collection of his essays and lectures covering his thoughts on architecture, design, and urbanism. In this book, he shares his ideas on how buildings can be used to create meaningful and memorable experiences for their users, while also addressing larger societal and environmental issues. He emphasizes the importance of context and site-specific design, as well as the relationship between light, space, and human perception. Anchoring offers fascinating insights into the mind of one of the most innovative architects of our time. Princeton University Press 1989 – ISBN 0-910413-19-3 Very Good+ Condition Wrinkle on blank cover page.
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