团队

Steven Holl, FAIA

斯蒂文-霍尔,FAIA

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.

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.

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.

Dimitra Tsachrelia, AIA, LFA, LEED

Dimitra Tsachrelia,美国建筑师协会、LFA、LEED

Partner

哈德逊/纽约

dimitra@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 410

Dimitra Tsachrelia(生于希腊帕特雷)是史蒂文-霍尔建筑事务所的合伙人,自 2008 年以来,她在领导学术和艺术机构以及住宅项目的设计和竞赛中发挥了重要作用,并协调纽约和哈德逊河谷办事处之间的工作。她的成就包括赢得阿尔巴尼亚地拉那世博中心(2024 年)的竞赛,以及完成弗吉尼亚联邦大学当代艺术学院(2018 年)、格拉斯哥艺术学院里德大楼(2014 年)和哥伦比亚大学坎贝尔体育中心(2013 年)等项目。在更广泛的纽约地区,她已经完成了纽约州哈德逊的 L-House(2024 年)、纽约州莱茵贝克的建筑档案和研究图书馆大楼(2019 年,2023 年扩建)、Ex of IN House(2016 年),目前正在指导纽约州 Pound Ridge 的 "Z "空间艺术工作室的施工前工作。

作为哥伦比亚金沙国际网上娱乐的兼职助理教授,她在建筑课程中教授设计工作室和研讨会。最近,她发表了关于 "音乐建筑学 "的演讲,持续探索音乐与建筑之间的联系。她的演讲在西班牙格拉纳达大学和纽约建筑中心举行。

迪米特拉在设计和协调 "史蒂文-霍尔:创造建筑 "展览的启动过程中发挥了关键作用:打造建筑 "展览的启动工作中发挥了关键作用,该展览将于 2018 年至 2023 年在全球巡回展出。此外,她还是史蒂文-麦伦-霍尔基金会的董事会成员,为这个集艺术、建筑、音乐、诗歌和生态于一体的非营利组织提供指导。

Dimitra 是纽约注册建筑师。她拥有 LEED 绿色协会认证和 Living Future 整体可持续设计标准认证。她以优异成绩获得哥伦比亚大学建筑学硕士学位,并获得帕特雷大学文凭。

Olaf Schmidt

Olaf Schmidt

Partner

纽约

olaf@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 260

Olaf Schmidt (b. Kleve, Germany) joined SHA in 2002 and was named partner in 2024. Olaf is leading the Ostrava Concert Hall, currently in bidding phase. He has overseen several national and international projects as associate in charge, including the Nancy and Rich Kinder Museum Building, Museum of Fine Arts Houston (2020), Hunters Point Queens Public Library (2019), Campbell Sports Center at Columbia University (2013), and the Sail Hybrid casino competition (2009). Olaf has contributed to many designs as project architect, including the Residence at the Swiss Embassy in Washington, D.C. (2006) and the Loisium Hotel and Visitor Center (2005).

Olaf received his Master of Architecture from ETH Zurich.

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.

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.

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.

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, in addition to curating and writing independently. She received her Master of Arts in curatorial studies from Bard College, and her Bachelor of Arts from The Ohio State University.

Jongseo Lee

Jongseo Lee

Development Director of Korea

纽约

jongseo@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 170

Jongseo Lee (b. Seoul, Korea) joined SHA in 2003, was promoted senior associate in 2017, and named director of development in Korea in 2022. Jongseo has overseen several national and international projects as associate in charge, including Meander Housing, which he has contributed to since the competition phase, the Student Performing Arts Center at University of Pennsylvania, currently in construction document phase, Hansae Factory and Office, Malawi Library and Masterplan (2016), Sliced Porosity Block (2012), and Daeyang Gallery and House in Seoul (2012). In addition, Jongseo has contributed to many designs as project architect, including The REACH Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (2019), for which he oversaw envelope design and construction administration, Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University (2018), Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University (2017), Visual Arts Building at the University of Iowa (2016), and the Reid Building, Glasgow School of Art (2014). He has acted as project designer on the Beirut Marina Zaitunay Bay (2014), Nanjing Sifang Art Museum (2013), Linked Hybrid in Beijing (2009), the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (2009), Horizontal Skyscraper in Shenzhen (2009), and NYU Department of Philosophy (2007). In addition to his experience with realized projects, Jongseo has led the team for several international competitions, including WDPC (2007) and the Busan Cinema Complex (2005), both in Korea.

Jongseo received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University, and a Master and Bachelor of Architecture Engineering from Yongsei University.

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.

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.

Filipe Taboada

Filipe Taboada

Associate

纽约

filipe@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262 分机 360

Filipe Taboada (b. Oporto, Portugal) joined SHA in 2006 and was promoted to associate in 2013. Filipe is project architect for the Aegean Horizon in Turkey, currently under construction. He has worked on several realized projects, including the Nancy and Rich Kinder Museum Building, Museum of Fine Arts Houston (2020), Hunters Point Library, Queens Public Library (2019), Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle (2014), Cite De L’Ocean Et Du Surf (2011), Horizontal Skyscraper – Vanke Center (2009), and Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (2009).

Filipe’s breadth of experience allows him to contribute to and fully develop international projects of varying scales and programs, from art museums to housing projects to university buildings. He received his Architecture Degree from Oporto Lusíada University.

Ruoyu Wei, RA

Ruoyu Wei,RA

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.

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.

Lirong Tan, RA

谭立荣,RA

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.

Yining He, LFA

何一宁,LFA

Project Architect

纽约

yining@stevenholl.com

+1 212.629.7262

Yining He (b. Shaanxi, China) joined SHA in 2020 and was promoted to project architect in 2023. Yining is currently project architect for the Hudson L-House, under construction, and ‘Z’ Space, pending construction, as well as the completed Catskill Creek Addition (2022) and the Chungnam Museum competition (2021). Yining has contributed to several projects such as the Art-Life Interlock House (2021) and the Songshan Lake Complex competition (2020).

Yining obtained his Living Future Accreditation (LFA) in 2023 and has extensive experience in sustainable design. He is actively involved in projects pursuing LEED platinum and Living Future Challenge accreditation. Yining received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Tongji University, where he received the JWDA travel fellowship and UA travel fellowship.

 

Han Yuan Edward Chang

Han Yuan Edward Chang

Junior Architect

台北

han-yuan@stevenholl.com

Han-Yuan Edward Chang (b. Taipei, Taiwan) joined SHA in 2020. Han-Yuan is currently the project architect on ChinPaoSan Necropolis in New Taipei, Taiwan. He has worked on a residential project in the Hudson Valley (2024) and the Kaplankaya Dense Pack (2022), as well as contributed to several competitions: Bratislava Mix-Use Complex (2023), urban masterplanning in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Songshan Lake Science and Technology Convention Center (2020).

Han-Yuan’s resourceful approach to design, design development, and project coordination has allowed him to participate and manage design scopes of complex projects with diverse exploratory characteristics. He received his Master of Architecture from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), where he was awarded the Merit Graduate Thesis Prize, and his Bachelor of Science in Horticulture and Landscape Architecture from National Taiwan University.

Zhenya Li

Zhenya Li

Junior Architect

北京

zhenya@stevenholl.com

+ 86 10 8440 8551 分机 116

Zhenya Li (b. Anhui, China) joined SHA in 2019. Zhenya is the BIM manager on the Student Performing Arts Center for University of Pennsylvania, currently in CD phase, and he is responsible for the main Revit material production and interdisciplinary BIM coordination. Since 2020, he has been the assistant project architect for iCarbonX Headquarter, a 200m-tall skyscraper in Shenzhen, China, through DD to CA stage, developing architectural designs and managing the onsite execution. Zhenya has worked as the project architect for various competition projects, such as Dubai Creek Harbour Iconic Tower, UAE (2024) and the Tiran and Sanafir Master Plan, Saudi Arabia (2023). He also contributed to other conceptual designs across different regions, such as Powerhouse Parramatta in Australia (2019).

Zhenya’s interest in architecture extends beyond design to domains such as research and employment of digital tools, including AI-based tools and Grasshopper, and the establishment of BIM standards for efficient team collaboration. He received his Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan and Bachelor of Architecture from University of Liverpool.

 

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.

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.

Maxwell Funk

Maxwell Funk

Junior Architect

纽约

maxwell@stevenholl.com

Maxwell Funk(生于加拿大安大略省)于 2020 年作为实习建筑师加入 SHA,并于 2023 年作为初级建筑师返回。他目前是纽约州北部一座新住宅的初级建筑师,最近还完成了建筑档案和研究图书馆的扩建工程(2023 年)。马克斯韦尔还参与过多个项目,包括俄斯特拉发音乐厅(2020 年)、宾夕法尼亚大学学生表演艺术中心(2023 年)和 Kerhonkson 住宅(2023 年),以及里加爱乐音乐厅(2023 年)等多个竞赛项目。他从加拿大麦艾文建筑学院获得建筑学学位,完成的作品侧重于大规模木材、生态意识设计以及艺术与建筑的统一。

Nour Chahboun

Nour Chahboun

Junior Architect

纽约

Hannah Hill

Hannah Hill

Junior Architect

哈德逊

hannah@stevenholl.com

Hannah Hill (b. Minneapolis, Minnesota) joined SHA in 2023 as an intern and was promoted to junior architect in 2024. She has worked on a variety of projects ranging in scale and type, such as a private residence in Manhattan, an urban planning project in upstate New York, and an international competition for a new concert hall. She also served as coordinator and host of the 2023 Summer Architecture Residency program at ‘T’ Space / Steven Myron Holl Foundation. Hannah enjoys the tactile experience of hand-drawing, painting, model-making, and other analog methods of design. Her fascination with architecture stems from a desire to understand its experiential and environmental impacts, and its engagement of the senses through material and form.

Hannah has fulfilled multiple positions as a teaching assistant while pursuing her degrees, equating to over three years of experience. She received her Master of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin in 2023, where she was the recipient of the 2023 AIA Austin Chapter Scholarship and received several Design Excellence Award nominations for her studio projects. She obtained a Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Minnesota.

Fei Fan

费凡

Junior Architect

纽约

frank@stevenholl.com

Fei Fan(生于中国上海)于 2024 年加入上海建工集团,担任初级建筑师。目前,他正在阿尔巴尼亚地拉那设计一座多功能塔楼。在加入上海和睦家医院之前,费凡在上海、海南、北海道和缅甸完成了多个建筑、室内设计和展览设计项目。他在不同文化背景下的经验为 SHA 的全球业务做好了准备。

Fei 精通实体模型制作和纸上草图构思,他的工作流程从实体到数字都非常流畅,既提高了工作效率,又促进了愉悦的创作过程。他拥有哥伦比亚大学建筑学硕士学位和清华大学建筑学学士学位。

Susan Wides

Susan Wides

Director

Steven Myron Holl 基金会

director@smhfoundation.org

Susan Wides (b. Cincinnati, Ohio) has directed ‘T’ Space, a cultural project of the Steven Myron Holl Foundation (SMHF) in the woodlands of Rhinebeck, NY since its inception in 2010. Susan has curated over 30 ‘T’ Space exhibitions, including Ann Hamilton (2023), Torkwase Dyson (2023), Ai Weiwei, Martin Puryear, Tatiana Bilbao, and Neil Denari, as well as their publications. For the “Synthesis of the Arts” series uniting architecture, art, poetry, and music, Susan selects poets and musicians, among them Cathy Park Hong and David Behrman. On the ‘T’ Space Reserve art trail, Susan organized site-specific installations with Richard Nonas and Arlene Shechet. Susan directs development for SMHF, a 501c3 non-profit, and oversees communications. In 2023, Susan initiated the community education program for local underserved youth.

Susan is a photography-based artist—nature and perception are driving forces of her work. Her work has been shown in over 25 solo exhibitions, including The Hudson River Museum and Galerie Urbi et Orbi, and over 80 group exhibitions. Susan’s work resides in 20 public collections, among them The Brooklyn Museum, International Center of Photography, and La Bibliothèque Nationale. She is widely published and lectures frequently. Susan received a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art from Indiana University.

Kelly Pope

Kelly Pope

Programs Coordinator

Steven Myron Holl 基金会

kelly@smhfoundation.org

Kelly Pope(生于马萨诸塞州皮茨菲尔德)于 2023 年加入 SMHF,担任项目协调员,并于 2024 年晋升为项目和发展经理。Kelly 负责管理基金会所有方面的项目和展览,包括一年一度的 "T "空间综合艺术系列。最近,她组织了彼得-哈利(Peter Halley)和斯蒂芬-冈萨雷斯-特纳(Steph Gonzalez-Turner,2024 年)、托克瓦斯-戴森(Torkwase Dyson)、安-汉密尔顿(Ann Hamilton)和朱利亚诺-菲奥伦佐利(Giuliano Fiorenzoli,2023 年)的展览。她还为出版物、活动、教育计划、巡回展览、撰写赠款和发展工作做出了贡献。

Kelly 在建筑方面的研究、写作和策展背景,以及她多年担任建筑项目协调人的经验,为她在 SMHF 的多层面工作奠定了基础。她在芝加哥艺术学院获得了设计史、理论和评论专业的文学硕士学位,并在马萨诸塞大学阿默斯特分校获得了艺术和建筑史专业的文学学士学位。

Hana Soule

Hana Soule

Archivist, Residency Host

Steven Myron Holl 基金会

Hana Soule (b. Brooklyn, New York) joined SMHF in 2022 as archivist at the Architectural Archive + Research Library. Hana is responsible for preserving and cataloguing the collection and library, restoring architectural models, as well as leading tours and educational programs for diverse audiences. Hana has contributed to the organization of several ‘T’ Space exhibitions, such as Pamphlet Architecture: Visions and Experiments in Architecture. Currently, she is the coordinator and host of the 2024 Summer Architecture Residency program.

Hana’s background in design theory, history, and practice and her excitement for public engagement resonates with the multidisciplinary mission of ‘T’ Space / Steven Myron Holl Foundation. She received her Bachelor of Arts in architecture from Bard College in 2022.