Steven Holl Architects creates and designs innovative, unusual and award winning buildings. From residences in Paradise Valley, Arizona, to Long Island, New York, museum complexes world wide, a marina in Beirut, Lebanon, and university buildings from Prague, Czech Republic to Princeton, New Jersey — if you see an unusual angular structure, a beautiful building with attitude — chances are high that it's an SHA design.
With extensive experience in the arts, SHA's work was recognized by Time Magazine in December 2007 in the 10 best Architectural Marvels.
The Nelson–Atkins Museum of Art (Kansas City, Missouri) was awarded first place, and the Linked Hybrid (Beijing, China) was voted as the third most promising project internationally for 2008.
Data storage is not easy when it comes to architecture. Not only are there drawings, images, pictures, plans but then there are contacts, articles, publications, invoices and more to neatly collect, store and make findable in an organized yet intuitive way. Moreover, SHA had one overriding concern. The firm wanted its database to look and feel like the work they do — it had to be aesthetically austere and functional, while being elegant and simple all at the same time.