Comprehensive monograph on one of America's greatest living architects by award-winning author and architecture critic Robert McCarter.
"The most comprehensive monograph... the words provide an impressive perception and authority" —Surface Magazine
"This volume treats Holl as one of the greatest living architects... this is a well-illustrated must-have for students of the architect's work." —Metropolis
"This uncommonly intelligent monograph shows why Holl is likely the next American recipient of the vaunted Priztker Architecture Prize." —San Francisco Chronicle
"This is one for inspiration" —Selectism
"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
"McCarter's prodigious output of architectural monographs reaches new heights with this penetrating volume." —Publishers Weekly
"Steven Holl has a new monograph that any diehard fan would love to get their hands on." —Archinect