团队

Roberto Bannura

Roberto Bannura

Partner

北京

roberto.bannura@stevenholl.com

+ 86 10 84408551

Roberto Bannura (b. Santiago, Chile) joined SHA in 2007, was promoted to director of the Beijing office in 2010, and was named partner in 2018. He has been responsible for the studio’s award-winning portfolio in Asia and throughout the larger region, undertaking projects in mainland China, Taiwan, the Middle East, Australia, and Russia. Roberto is partner in charge of iCarbonX Headquarters, Cifi International Headquarters, and ChinPaoSan Necropolis, all currently under construction, and is also overseeing a large portfolio of cultural projects and masterplans in the Middle East. Roberto realized Cofco Cultural and Health Center (2022) and led the design for Powerhouse Precinct at Parramatta (2019) as partner in charge. He was responsible for Sliced Porosity Block (2012) and the Civic Center and Planning Museums in Tianjin Eco City (2013) as project director.

Prior to his involvement in China, Roberto spent 10 years living and working in New York City, six of which he spent working at Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects as a project architect. He was responsible for the design development and management of high profile educational, commercial, and residential projects. Roberto is the recipient of the Claude Françoise Brunet de Baines Medal (2023) bestowed by the Universidad de Chile, where he received his Degree of Architect and Urban Planner (Summa Cum Laude). He continued his studies in Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile where he obtained a Degree on Urban Economy.

Molly Blieden

Molly Blieden

Managing Associate

纽约

molly@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 140

Molly Blieden (b. Port Jefferson, NY) joined SHA in 1992 and was promoted to managing associate in 1999. Molly leads financial and legal management of the New York City and Hudson Valley offices. Her responsibilities include contract management for all projects, financial management, HR, and liability management. Molly brings considerable experience to the studio’s business development efforts, both nationally and internationally. With over 30 years at SHA, she is also the unofficial office historian.

Molly maintains an independent career as a practicing artist, educator, and mom. Her artwork has been exhibited at institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the New Museum of Contemporary Art, among others, and she participated in the Whitney Independent Studio Program in 1992. She serves on the board of directors of the Steven Myron Holl Foundation. Molly received her Master of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and her Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University.

Peiwei Chang

Peiwei Chang

Junior Architect

北京

peiwei@stevenholl.com

+86 10 8440 8551 分机115

Peiwei Chang joined Steven Holl Architects in 2021. She completed M. Arch II program at University of Texas at Austin in 2019. She is currently working on ChinPaoSan Necropolis located in Taiwan.

Han Yuan Edward Chang

Han Yuan Edward Chang

Junior Architect

台北

han-yuan@stevenholl.com

Han Yuan Edward Chang joined Steven Holl Architects in 2020. He received his Master of Architecture degree from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in 2014 and was awarded the Merit Graduate Thesis Prize. He is currently working on ChinPaoSan Necropolis in Taipei, Taiwan.

Marisa Espe

Marisa Espe

Communications Director

哈德逊

marisa@stevenholl.com

+1 845.516.7227

Marisa Espe (b. Busan, South Korea) joined SHA in 2020 and was promoted to communications director in 2023. Marisa manages external communications and creative production efforts, including outreach, press, publications, exhibitions, and digital content. She is currently leading several forthcoming book projects. She previously served as deputy guest-editor of Domus magazine under Steven Holl (2023)

Marisa’s experience in art museums and galleries informs her approach to expressing SHA’s mission and values to diverse audiences. She contributes to exhibitions and public programs at ‘T’ Space / Steven Myron Holl Foundation. She received her Master of Arts in curatorial studies from Bard College, and her Bachelor of Arts from The Ohio State University.

Yvonne Fang

Yvonne Fang

Business Development + Marketing Coordinator

纽约

bd@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 100

Yvonne Fang received her Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard GSD and practiced as an urban designer with a focus on culture-centric, climate-responsive placemaking. Having extensive design research experience, she was awarded the H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship by Dartmouth College in 2017. Yvonne joined Steven Holl Architects in 2023, where she crafts competition proposals, fosters client relationships, and manages design communications.

Maxwell Funk

Maxwell Funk

Junior Architect

纽约

maxwell@stevenholl.com

Maxwell obtained his architecture degree from the McEwen School of Architecture in Canada. Completing work focussed on mass timber design, ecological building and a unity of the arts and architecture. Max interned for SHA in 2020 to work on the Ostrava Concert Hall before returning to the firm in 2022 as a Junior Architect.

Michael Haddy

Michael Haddy

Director of Fabrication

纽约

michaelh@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 210

Michael Haddy joined SHA in early 2015 and has since been in charge of developing and maintaining the firm’s state of the art prototyping and fabrication facility. Over the past few years he has been involved with many of the active projects at SHA, playing both architect and fabricator roles. His main research area is concentrated on interaction between digital fabrication methods and artistic craft, building and maintaining relationships with partnering fabricators and artists from all over the world.  Many of the custom details the firm is known for originate in SHA shop such as lighting fixtures, castings, metals, glass, CNC millwork, 3D printed items, and much more. He holds a BA from Miami University and a Master of Architecture from University of Cincinnati’s DAAP.

Yining He

Yining He

Project Architect

纽约

yining@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262

Yining He joined Steven Holl Architects in 2020. He has been involved in various projects including the Chungnam Museum competition, the Catskill Creek Addition, and the Art/Life Interlock House. Yining currently is working on the Hudson L House and ‘Z’ Space as a project architect. Yining received his Bachelor of Architecture from Tongji University and Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. He was awarded the TEAM20 awards and the JWDA traveling fellowship.

 

Eleanore Ho

Eleanore Ho

Managing Associate, Asia

北京

eleanore@stevenholl.com

+ 86 10 84408551

Eleanore Ho (b. Kaohsiung City, Taiwan) joined SHA in 2007 in the Beijing office and was promoted to managing associate in 2017. Eleanore leads financial and contractual management of all projects in the Beijing office. Her responsibilities include spearheading the development of competition proposals for the studio’s projects in China and preparing bidding proposals, fostering client relationships, and facilitating project communications.

Eleanore’s background in arts management informs her creative and meticulous methods for supervising the studio’s business operations in China. She received her Master of Performing Arts Administration from New York University.

Steven Holl

Steven Holl

Principal

哈德逊/纽约

nyc@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262

Steven Holl was born in 1947 in Bremerton, Washington. He graduated from the University of Washington and pursued architecture studies in Rome in 1970. In 1976 he attended the Architectural Association in London and in 1977 established STEVEN HOLL ARCHITECTS in New York City. Considered one of America’s most important architects, Steven Holl is recognized for his ability to blend space and light with great contextual sensitivity and to utilize the unique qualities of each project to create a concept-driven design. He specializes in seamlessly integrating new projects into contexts with particular cultural and historic importance. Steven Holl has been recognized with architecture’s most prestigious awards and prizes. Recently, Steven Holl received the 2014 Praemium Imperiale, the 2012 AIA Gold Medal, the RIBA 2010 Jencks Award, and the first ever Arts Award of the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards (2009). In 2012, Steven Holl received the Alumnus Summa Laude Dignatus Award from the University of Washington, and has received honorary degrees from Seattle University and Moholy-Nagy University in Budapest. In 2003 he was named Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). In 2002 the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, part of the Smithsonian Institute, awarded him their prestigious National Design Award in Architecture. In 2001 France bestowed the Grande Médaille d’Or upon him, for Best Architect of the Academy of Architecture; and in the same year Time Magazine declared him “America’s Best Architect” for his ‘buildings that satisfy the spirit as well as the eye’. Steven Holl is a tenured Professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture and Planning. He has lectured and exhibited widely and has published numerous texts including 《锚定》(Anchoring) (1989), Intertwining (1996), Parallax (2000), Idea and Phenomena (2002), Luminosity/Porosity (2006), House: black swan theory (2007), Architecture Spoken (2007), Urbanisms: Working with Doubt (2009), Hamsun Holl Hamarøy (2010), Horizontal Skyscraper (2011), Color Light Time (2012), Scale (2012). Most recently published is Urban Hopes (2013). 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.

JongSeo Lee

JongSeo Lee

Development Director of Korea

纽约

jongseo@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 170

Jongseo Lee is a senior associate at Steven Holl Architects, and the development director of all projects in Korea. Jongseo holds a M.Arch from Columbia University’s GSAPP, and a M.Arch and B.Arch in Architecture Engineering from Yongsei University in Seoul, Korea. He has been the project architect for numerous projects in the office including the Daeyang Gallery and House (Seoul, Korea), Sliced Porosity Block (Chengdu, China), envelope design and construction administration for the Kennedy Center Expansion (Washington, D.C.), the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University (Princeton, USA), the Visual Arts Building at University of Iowa (Iowa City, IA), the Reid Building at Glasgow School of Art (Glasgow, UK) and the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA). He has acted as project designer on Linked Hybrid (Beijing, China), and has been on the project team of the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (Herning, Denmark), Nanjing Sifang Art Museum (Nanjing, China), Horizontal Skyscraper-Vanke Center (Shenzhen, China), NYU Department of Philosophy (New York, NY), and the Beirut Marina and Town Quay (Beirut, Lebanon). Along with his built experience, Jongseo has led the team for several international competitions including WDPC (Seoul, Korea) and the Busan Cinema Complex (Busan, Korea). Currently, he is the associate in charge of Meander Housing (Helsinki, Finland) which he has overseen since the project’s competition phase.

Zhenya Li

Zhenya Li

Junior Architect

北京

zhenya@stevenholl.com

+ 86 10 8440 8551 分机 116

Zhenya Li holds M.Arch from University of Michigan in 2019 and joined Steven Holl Architects in the same year. He has worked on several competitions and is currently working on ICarbonX in Shenzhen.

 

Chris McVoy

Chris McVoy

Partner Emeritus

纽约

chris@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 110

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.

Talya Polat

Talya Polat

Junior Architect

纽约

Talya@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 440

Talya received her Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute in 2021 and joined SHA in the spring of 2022. She is currently working on Akbuk Dense Pack in Akbuk, Turkey.

Olaf Schmidt

Olaf Schmidt

Senior Associate

纽约

olaf@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 260

Olaf Schmidt has been with Steven Holl Architects since 2002. He is the Associate in Charge of the Queens Library project for the Department of Design and Construction, and was Associate in Charge of the Campbell Sports Center at Columbia University in New York City, and the Knokke Heist Casino Development in Belgium. While at SHA he has been the Project Architect for the Residence at the Swiss Embassy in Washington (2006) and the Loisium Hotel in Austria (2005). Mr. Schmidt received his Masters Degree in Architecture from ETH Zurich.

Wenying Sun

Wenying Sun

Associate

纽约

wenying@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 460

Wenying Sun joined Steven Holl Architects in 2012. She received a M.Arch degree from Iowa State University and her B.Arch from Harbin Institute of Technology in China. Wenying is currently project architect on the University of Pennsylvania’s Student Performing Arts Center and designer on a new hotel project in Gran Sasso, Italy. She has also worked on Taiwan ChinPaoSan Necropolis as project architect, Copenhagen Gate L&M in Denmark, Shan-shui Hangzhou and ICarbonX headquarters in Shenzhen.

Filipe Taboada

Filipe Taboada

Associate

纽约

filipe@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 360

Filipe Taboada received his architecture degree from Oporto Lusíada University in 2004 and joined Steven Holl Architects in 2006. He has worked on several projects such the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (Herning, Denmark), Cite De L’Ocean Et Du Surf (Biarritz, France), Horizontal Skyscraper-Vanke Center (Shenzhen, China), Queens Library (NY, USA), Frederic Malle Perfume Store (NY, USA) and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston (Houston, TX, USA).

Lirong Tan

Lirong Tan

Project Architect

纽约

lirong@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 420

Lirong Tan (b. Nanjing, China) joined SHA in 2018 and was promoted to project architect in 2022. Lirong is project architect for the Ostrava Concert Hall and a Manhattan office renovation, both currently in bidding phase. He has worked on iCarbonX Headquarters (2019) and the Loisium Hotel Expansion (2018), as well as contributed to several competitions: the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (2022), Qianhai International Financial Exchange Center (2019), Powerhouse Parramatta (2019), and Chicago University in Paris (2018).

Lirong is a registered architect in New York. He is skilled in Revit management and 3D modeling, incorporating all systems and program requirements into the amorphous form of the Ostrava Concert Hall. He received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University, where he was awarded the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize, and his Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University.

Dimitra Tsachrelia

Dimitra Tsachrelia

Partner

哈德逊/纽约

dimitra@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 410

Dimitra Tsachrelia has led the Hudson Valley office’s projects since 2019 and contributed to the design of academic and arts institutions since 2008. Dimitra coordinated the Hudson Valley Architectural Archive and Research Library Building (2019), realized the Snake Road Addition (2022), and is leading the designs for the Hudson L-House and ‘Z’ Space. She has led R&D projects including the Ex of IN House (2016), the competition for the Janacek Concert Hall in Ostrava (currently in construction documents), and worked on the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University (2018), the Glasgow School of Art (2014), and the Campbell Sports Center (2013). She designed and coordinated the launch of the exhibition Steven Holl: Making Architecture on world tour since 2018.

Dimitra received her Diploma from the School of Architecture at Patras University. She obtained her MSADD with honors from Columbia University, GSAPP in 2008, where she co-teaches with Steven Holl as Adjunct Assistant Professor. She is a licensed architect in New York, holds the Living Future Accreditation for holistic sustainable design standards, and is a LEED Green Associate. She serves on the board of directors at the Steven Myron Holl Foundation.

Ruoyu Wei

Ruoyu Wei

Associate

纽约

ruoyu@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 240

Ruoyu Wei is a New York State registered architect. He holds a Master degree in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University and a Bachelor degree in Architecture from Tianjin University.  He is currently in charge of several international competitions and a residential project in Saudi Arabia. Ruoyu has been invited as a guest critic at Columbia University, Syracuse University, University of Nebraska Lincoln, New York City College of Technology and Pratt Institute.

Noah Yaffe

Noah Yaffe

Partner

纽约

noah@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 190

Noah Yaffe has been with Steven Holl Architects since 2004 and was named partner in 2011. He attended Colorado College and received his Masters in Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He is currently the partner-in-charge for several projects, including the Rubenstein Commons at the Institute for Advance Study, and recently completed the Lewis Arts Complex at Princeton University and the new Seona Reid Building at the Glasgow School of Art, in Glasgow, Scotland. He was Associate in Charge for several projects, including the Knut Hamsun Center in Hamarøy, Norway, and the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art in Herning Denmark, which both opened in 2009.