1. To educate students and the public on current issues of architecture and art through exhibitions, online exhibitions and publications to entice deeper research.
  2. To facilitate the creation of spaces that have never been present in architecture.

  3. To engage 21st century science in all its advances in a balance with intuition, spirit and soul. 

  4. To facilitate the making of new cities — humanities greatest artwork and urgently restore the natural landscape with biodiversity.

  5. To promote the integration of living-working-recreation & culture in new types of hybrid buildings.


Revised 9/15/15

"There is no better tool with which to design the link between mind-body and environment. Architecture is the most effective instrument for reconstructing relations between our species and the earth. The mind must not be separated from its phenomenal senses via the body, which should not be separated from the phenomenal power of architecture. The study of architecture is simultaneously scientific, psychological and intuitively poetic.

The link between mind-body and environment is today a territory of new focus; we can scientifically argue the timely importance of architecture as an integral phenomena. Humans belong to thinking and reflecting species whose behavior affects all species on the earth. The crucial  tool architecture must be put in futuristic service of a new dynamic linkage of mind-body-environment.


The Steven Myron Holl foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports several artistic projects, including the art gallery 'T' Space, the videopolemic series 32BNY and the archive material at Steven Holl Architects.



32BNY began as a printed publication with 32 pages and 32 nodes in a 32cm x 32cm format, a rhizomatic experiment linking New York and Beijing. The first three editions were printed in Beijing, in Mandarin and English in an edition of 10,000. In 2013, 32BNY was reformed a a videopolemic.



'T' Space aims to offer an educational fusion of music, poetry, architecture and art of the 21st century. Merged with the lush natural greenery of Round Lake in Dutchess County, NY, 'T' Space drew 300 visitors to the poetry reading of Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge and the sculptural exhibit of Richard Tuttle.



The Steven Myron Holl Foundation will become the steward of all intellectual property of Steven Holl Architects, including all designs, drawings, paintings, models, books and archival material. The archive will include over 1200 models, 3300 books, 20,000 individual watercolors and assorted furniture, artwork, correspondence, drawing sets, material samples and photograph