Architecture Design Architectural Images History Models and More - ArchitectureWeek Great Buildings Bjarke Ingels Group STEVEN HOLL ARCHITECTS Steven Holl, Principal, New York City - Beijing (view) email@example.com ext. 10 Steven Holl was born in 1947 in Bremerton, Washington. Steven Holl has been recognized with architecture's most prestigious awards and prizes. Steven Holl is a tenured Professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture and Planning. Steven Holl is a member of the American National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), the American Institute of Architects, the American Association of Museums, the Honorary Whitney Circle, the Whitney Museum of American Art; and the International Honorary Committee, Vilpuri Library, of the Alvar Aalto Foundation. Chris McVoy, Senior Partner, New York City (view) firstname.lastname@example.org++ 1.212.629.7262 ext. 11 Chris McVoy has been with Steven Holl Architects since 1993 and was made partner in 2000. Noah Yaffe, Junior Partner, New York City (view) email@example.com ext. 19 Molly Blieden, Managing Associate , New York City (view)
12 Architects that Changed the World From time to time, there is a great artist that changes the way we perceive masterpieces and other people and gives us new emotions. Still, humanity gives birth to visionaries in other domains as well. And architecture is yet another great field where these bright minds create marvels and change perspectives. Some architects are even responsible for creating masterpieces with an emotional impact on people and can change the way we perceive cities and countries. Artists or not, these farsighted architects, were and many continue to be, the masters in redesigning our future. Here are 12 great builders that through their innovation spirit and devotion changed our world. 1. His portrait Oscar Ribeiro de Almeida Niemeyer Soares Filho is considered to be a pioneer in creating new possibilities for using the reinforced concrete just for aesthetical reasons. Source His work Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói Image source Image source Museu Oscar Niemeyer Image source Image source 2. His portrait 3.
Neil M. Denari Architects Foster + Partners Kindergarten Centered Around a Legendary Tree At the Fuji Kindergarten in Japan, Tezuka Architects created a unique environment that, as a tool for learning, promotes freedom of movement. "Ring Around a Tree" is the extension of an existing kindergarten that consists of a wood and transparent glass volume spiraling upward, enveloping a Japanese Zelkova tree. The project creates spaces for play and foreign language instruction, while also providing a fun area for the children to wait for the school bus. Though, to the average adult, the space appears to have just two floors, for the children it has six with some areas being just three feet (one meter) high. Elements like railings and handrails are very slender, while the interior floors are made of wood. Planted more than 50 years ago, the Zelkova tree has quite the storied past. via [Domus]