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Nanjing Sifang Art Museum : By Steven Holl Architects

May 16, 2011


Nanjing, China Steven Holl Architects Post By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Li Hu and Shu He Perspective is the fundamental historic difference between Western and Chinese painting. After the 13th Century, Western painting developed vanishing points in fixed perspective. Chinese painters, although aware of perspective, rejected the single-vanishing point method, instead producing landscapes with […]

V&A at Dundee Shortlisted Design : By Steven Holl Architects

February 24, 2011


Dundee, Scotland Steven Holl ArchitectsPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Image © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects Steven holl architects is one of the six shortlisted teams for the international design competition of a new cultural and design center in scotland, 'V&A at dundee'. organized by london's victoria and albert museum, abertay and dudee universities, dundee city council […]

Linked Hybrid : By Steven Holl Architects

February 3, 2011


Beijing, China Steven Holl ArchitectsPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Shu He Steven Holl’s Linked Hybrid in Beijing provides a vision of mixed-use development that engages the city around it and operates sustainably.With more than 17.4 million residents and a growing middle class eager to trade its Mao-era housing for new apartments, Beijing has […]

Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (HEART) : By Steven Holl Architects

January 9, 2011


Herning, Denmark Steven Holl ArchitectsPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Iwan Baan—The Holl-designed museum (foreground) adds a sculptural twist to Birk Centerpark, the home of a former shirt factory, outside Herning. The circular form of the factory transformed in 1975 into the Herning Art Museum is repeated in the planting behind the rectilinear design […]

Turbulence House : By Steven Holl Architects

October 29, 2010


New Mexico, United States Steven Holl Architects  Post By:Kitticoon Poopong Steven Holl turned to prefab construction for his Turbulence House, a metal guest pavilion on a windy New Mexican mesa Photo © Paul Warchol  As its name implies, Turbulence House aims to shake things up. Instead of following the standard method of on-site, wood- or […]