A Chronological Study and Statistical Analysis of Steven Holl's Architectural Design Works
The purpose of this study is to obtain chronological knowledge of Steven Holl’s architectural design works. In this study, the buildings designed by Steven Holl are analyzed by classification. Steven Holl, a world-famous American architect, expresses a unique space using light and colors. There are many kinds facility of works in the world. Numerous works with geometrical forms that unite the history and culture of each land have been published and evaluated. Steven Holl is also very interested in design methods and often mentions his thoughts and concepts, which gives him an insight into the overall architectural form. Since 2000, research on the works of Steven Holl are increasing year after year. This study has classified the projects by classification of architectural information. Analyzing Steven Holl's work and understanding the period of activity will serve as the basis for research on Steven Holl that will be actively conducted in the future. Steven Holl's biography and published work will be researched by analyzing the features in chronological order. In this study, all Steven Holl's works are compared in terms of age, facility use, site and building area. We will consider the history of activities in Holl's architectural design in comparison with the history of activities of Steven Holl.
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