Malcolm Holzman, American architect. Registered architect, Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin. Recipient Distinguished Alumni award Pratt Institute, 1988 (member board trustees 1991-1994); Arnold W. Brunner prize in Architecture, National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1974.
Architect John Graham & Company, New York City, 1963-1964. Associate Hugh Hardy & Associates, 1964-1967. Founding partner Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, New York City, Los Angeles, since 1967.
John R. Emens Distinguished Professor Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 1993. Saarinen chair Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1987-1988, Davenport chair Yale University, New Haven, 1976-1977. Eschweiler chair University Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1977-1979, Ruth Carter Steveson chair at the University Texas School of Architecture, Austin, 1999.
Visiting professor College Architecture and Design, Lawrence Technology University, Southfield, Michigan, 1991.
Author: Reusing Railroad Stations, 1976. Researcher: Movie Palaces, 1982. Principal works include buildings at Madison Civic Center, 1980 (American Institute of Architects honor 1981), BEST Products Corporation Headquarters (Phase I) (American Institute of Architects honor 1983), The Willard Hotel, Washington, 1983, Station Washburn Crosby Company -television Communications Center and Headquarters, Minneapolis, 1983.
West Wing, Virginia Museum Fine Arts, Richmond, 1985, Center for Arts, Middlebury College, 1992, Fine Arts Education Building, University Nebraska, Omaha, 1992, Dillingham Hall, Los Angeles Public Library. Central Library., 1993, Punahou School, Honolulu, 1994, David Saul Smith Union, Bowdoin College, 1995, Temple Israel, Ohio, 1995, Hawaii Theater Center, Honolulu, 1996, Cleveland Public Library.
, Yulman Theater, Union College, 1995, Lied Education Center for the Arts, Creighton University, Nebraska, 1996, Hendrix Student Center, Clemson University, Berrie Center for the Performing and Visual Arts Ramapo College, Mahwah, New Jersey, 1999, Music and Fine Arts Education Center University North Texas, Denton, 1999, Walsh Center for Performing Arts, Texas Christian University, 1998, Fort Worth, San Angelo (Texas) Museum of Fine Arts and Education Center, 1999, Chatham-Effingham-Liberty Regional Library., Savannah, Georgia, 2000, Grand Rapids (Michigan) Public Library. Dining Hall University of the South, 2000, Salisbury (Maryland) Upper School, 2000.
Trustee AmonCarter Museum, Fort Worth, 1981-1991, Pratt Institute, 1991-1994. Fellow American Institute of Architects (Firm of the Year award 1981). Member New York State Association Architects, New York City American Institute of Architects (Medal of Honor 1978), Architectural League, Municipal Art Society.
Born September 26, 1940
1963 - 1964
1964 - 1967