Chris McVoy

Chris McVoy joined Steven Holl Architects in 1993, was named partner in 2000, and named partner emeritus in 2024. He has overseen projects in the New York office, working closely with Steven Holl and clients to finalize the program, design, and budget, and coordinated full consultant teams. He was the partner-in-charge of the Nancy and Rich Kinder Museum Building, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Hunters Point Queens Public Library, Winter Visual Arts Center at Franklin & Marshall College, The REACH Kennedy Center expansion, Visual Arts Building at the University of Iowa, the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU, the Reid Building at Glasgow School of Art, Campbell Sports Center at Columbia University, the Whitney Water Purification Facility and Park, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. Chris received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University and his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Virginia.