Malcolm Holzman’s buildings and interiors are acknowledged for their evocative nature, technical vision and singular character. He has completed 140 commissions in 32 states, which represent some of this country’s most notable architecture. His work shows a diversity of design solutions, reflecting a wide range of public building types and the application of materials unique to the region of each project.
In addition to enhancing the built environment, he contributes to national design publications. He authored Material Life, Adventures and Discoveries in Materials Research, Stonework, and co-authored Theaters 1 and Theaters 2: Partnerships in Facility Use, in addition to contributing to two firm monographs and spearheading research for Movie Palaces: Renaissance and Reuse, and Reusing Railroad Stations.
Malcolm is a member of the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows. Over his years of practice, he has been widely recognized, earning a place in the Interior Design Hall of Fame and the Honor Society of architecture and the allied arts. He received the Pratt Institute Distinguished Alumni Award, the Gold Medal from Tau Sigma Delta, the first James Daniel Bybee Prize, the Bruner Prize, 10 National AIA project awards in addition to 100 single project awards, and the AIA Firm Award, the highest honor bestowed on a firm.