In this opportunity, we have Steven Holl. All of his watercolor drawings were taken from his page, www.stevenholl.com
DAEYANG GALLERY AND HOUSE 2012
Steven Holl is an American architect and a watercolorist. He graduated from the University of Washington College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
CIFI HEADQUARTERS BEIJING 2020
Holl’s architecture has undergone a shift in emphasis, from his earlier concern with Typology to his more modern style of phenomenology.
HUNTERS POINT LIBRARY, QUEENS PUBLIC LIBRARY 2019
ILE SEGUIN (FONDATION FRANCOIS PINAULT) 2001
MEANDER HOUSING, HELSINKI 2010
He has been inspired and influenced by philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty and architect-theorist Juhani Pallasmaa.
QINGDAO CULTURE AND ART CENTER 2013
“For me, drawing is a form of thought,” he says. “I start every project with a concept diagram. I used to do pencil drawings. Those took eight hours. Around 1979, I streamlined it to five-by-seven-inch watercolours, because they were easy to fly with.”
NANJING SIFANG ART MUSEUM 2013
MAGGIE’S CENTRE BARTS 2017
MALAWI LIBRARY 2016
SARPHATISTRAAT OFFICES 2000
HORIZONTAL SKYSCRAPER – VANKE CENTER 2009
Did these watercolor drawings inspire you? Ready to start expressing yourself and your ideas through drawings?