The University of Minnesota College of Design presents
School of Architecture Lecture Series | Fall 2016

Forms of Ambiguity | Ferda Kolatan

su11 architecture+design | UPenn | Brooklyn, NY
Ferda Kolatan is a founding director of su11. He received his Architectural Diploma (Dipl.Ing) from the RWTH Aachen and his Masters in Architecture (MSAAD) from Columbia University where he was the recipient of the LSL Memorial Prize and the Honor Award for Excellence in Design. Ferda has lectured widely and taught design, fabrication, and theory courses at institutions such as Columbia University, RWTH Aachen, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Washington University, CCA, UCAM, University of British Columbia, and Cornell University. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania and a Visiting Adjunct Professor at Pratt Institute. He is also a co-author of the book Meander: Variegating Architecture (Bentley Press, 201) and was selected as a Young Society Leader by the American Turkish Society in 2011.

Future Featured Speakers

Jennifer Siegal
Office of Mobile Design | Windernests | USC | Venice, CA
Monday, September 26

Elena Manferdini
Atelier Manferdini | SCI-Arc
Monday, October 10

Lars Spuybroek
Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture
Monday, October 31

Annette Fierro
University of Pennsylvania School of Design
Monday, November 14

Lectures presented by the School of Architecture, University of Minnesota College of Design with support from the Cass Gilbert Lecture Series Fund.

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