A. Sulan Kolatan - Adjunct Professor.
A. Sulan KolatanAdjunct Professor.
Graduate Architecture & Urban Design.
Higgins Hall North 1
13/SU-ARCH-648B-01 International Studies: Istanbul
13/SU-ARCH-648C-01 International Studies: Istanbul Research
13/FA-ARCH-988-03 Thesis Research
13/FA-UD-991-01 Urban Design & Implementation: Case Studies
M.S. Architecture and Building Design, Columbia University
Sulan Kolatan founded KOL/MAC Studio along with William MacDonald, in New York City in 1988. Between Kolatan and MacDonald, they have taught Architecture as Visiting Professors at Barnard College, Ohio State University, The University of Pennsylvania, Parsons School of Design, University of Virginia, The Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies in Basel, Switzerland and Venice, Italy and Columbia University. In addition to their practice, since 1990, they both have held Adjunct Associate Professorships at Columbia University. The Kolatan/Mac Donald Studio primarily works with strangely shaped structures of housing and apartment blocks. Dubbed “Vertical Urbanism”, the apartment structures are divided into pods that structurally conform to the addition and removal of other pods.