Holl turned a conventional project into Linked Hybrid, a mini-city of towers with sky bridges and a "floating" cinema. The 2.4-million-square-foot space has the design world agape.

Holl's redesigned interior of an 1890 building at New York University plays with light and what he calls "porosity."

For the University of Iowa, Hold chose to cantilever part of the School of Art and Art History over a pond.

Holl's work for housing developer Het Oosten includes a pavilion with walls of perforated copper.

Underground galleries surface as boxes of light at Holl's acclaimed $200 million addition to the Nelson-Atkins museum. Time ranked it as the "No. 1 Architectural Marvel" of 2007.

The architect's watercolor concepts for the Het Oosten project (left) and Beijing's Linked Hybrid.

The Vanke Center, a mixed-use "horizontal skyscraper," is an example of Holl's commitment to only work on projects with public components. By lifting the building 50 feet of the ground, he isn't just providing occupants with sea views; he's making it possible to transform nearly the entire 13-acre site into a public park.

The Global Portfolio of Architect Steven Holl

Steven Holl innovative designs serve both public and private interests in the global architecture community. Here's a look at some of his most noteworthy work.

Holl turned a conventional project into Linked Hybrid, a mini-city of towers with sky bridges and a "floating" cinema. The 2.4-million-square-foot space has the design world agape.

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