Steven Holl：Making Architecture
– World renowned architect, Steven Holl’s exhibition in Japan for the first time in 13 years
– It comprehensively shows the making process that Holl implements to complete his architectural works.
– An opportunity to see the exhibits in Japan, which will be stored in his foundation
– Around 100 pieces highly selected from his 30,000 watercolor paintings which he has drawn in the morning
– Intricate architectural models, each of which were prepared during various design processes.
– Videos including commentaries by Steven Holl himself
- November 8th, 2019 (Fri) – January 18th, 2020 (Sat)
- ARCHI-DEPOT Museum gallery A and B
（2-6-10, Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002 JAPAN）
- OPENING HOURS
- Tuesday — Sunday
11:00 — 19:00(Admission until 18:00)
Closed on Monday
(open when Monday is a holiday, but closed the following Tuesday)
- Under 18
- Free admission for visitors with a physical disability certificate and one of their carers.
- Presentation of your school identification card indicating your age or a physical disability certificate will be required on admission.
- Invitation letter or ticket from the museum, pre-school child, and disabled people with a disability certificate and an assistant (up to one person) can enter for free.
- If you have an Invitation letter or ticket from the museum,please present it when entering.
- Students must present their student ID card or other proof of age when entering.
If you have a Disabled Person’s Booklet or an equivalent form of government-issued ID,please present it when entering.
About Steven Holl, Architect
Born in Washington, USA in 1947 (Currently 72). Awards: AIA Gold Medal (2012), Praemium Imperiale Award (2014) and others. Prominent works: Kiasma – Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Finland (1998), Simmons Hall – MIT (Student dormitory) (2002), Linked Hybrid ゙(2009) and more.
In Japan, this is the first exhibition and talk event since the solo exhibition at GALLERY MA (2006), a group exhibition at GA Gallery (2008), and Praemium Imperiale Award (2014). His works in Japan: Nexus World in Fukuoka (1991) and Makuhari Baytown Patios 11-bangai in Chiba (1996). Teaching at Columbia University since 1981. Currently has offices in New York and Beijing, and his own foundation, Steven Myron Holl Foundation in New York.