Since its establishment in 1999 su11 architecture+design has operated on multiple design fronts. Our interests and expertise range from building design to interiors, installations, and products. In each project we strive for design excellence and utilize innovative means of production along with rigorous conceptual thinking to deliver unique and customized solutions for our clients.
Over the past 15 years su11 has been widely recognized as one of the leading design firms of its generation. Our projects have been exhibited in venues such as the Museum of Modern Art, PS1, Walker Art Center, Pasadena Art Center College of Design, Vitra Design Museum, Artists Space NY, Archilab Orleans, The Beijing and Istanbul Biennials, Documenta X, Art Basel, and Carnegie Museum of Art. Publications of our work include Archilab’s Futurehouse, Space, Monitor, L’Arca, Arch+, New New York, PreFab Modern, Digital Real, The Metapolis Dictionary of Advanced Architecture, AD, Dwell, Le Monde, NY Times, LA Times, and the Washington Post.
Erich Schoenenberger R.A. AIA is a Founding Partner of su11. He received his Bachelor of Environmental Design at The Technical School of Nova Scotia in 1993 in Halifax, Canada, and his Masters in Architecture from Columbia University in 1995. He worked for Kol/Mac Studio in New York, where he was a Senior Designer from 1995 until 1997. In this period he was the Project Architect for the O/K Apartment, which has been published widely, receiving awards and being exhibited at MoMA as part of the Un-Private House Show. Currently, he is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute.
Ferda Kolatan is the Founding Director of su11 and an Associate Professor of Practice at the University of Pennslyvania. 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, SCI-Arc, Pratt Institute, RWTH Aachen, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Washington University, CCA, UCAM, University of British Columbia, and Cornell University. He is also a co-author of the book Meander: Variegating Architecture (Bentley Press, 2011) and was selected as a Young Society Leader by the American Turkish Society in 2011.
Hart Marlow is an Associate at su11 and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Pratt Institute School of Graduate Architecture and Urban Design. At Pratt, Hart serves as the Coordinator of Media for the Graduate Architecture Program where the work explores New Architectural Mediums. He is also an Adjunct Studio Instructor at the New York College of Technology. Hart has previously taught at The University of Pennsylvania, Cornell University, Tulane University, The Architectural Association Visiting Schools in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Hart received his Masters in Architecture from Pratt Institute and a Bachelors of Science in Architectural Studies from Louisiana Tech University.
Maia Muniz Moreno
Maia Muniz Moreno is an Argentinian-Swiss architect, who specializes in Urban Design. She studied architecture at The University of Buenos Aires and has worked for many years coordinating projects across integrated design and finishing phases. She graduated from Pratt Institute with her Post-Professional Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design.
2020 - 2002: Maia Muniz Moreno, Elise Hoff, Amir Ashtiani, Asli Oney, Ulrika Lindell, Suzanne Agbayani, Dunbee Choi, Michael Skitsas, Luiza De Souza, Hannibal Newsom, Claire Laurence, Milad Showkatbakhsh, Jill Lee, Xiao Lin, Reynolds Diaz, Shunsuke Nakano, Ana Untiveros-Ferrel, Julie Roberts, Eric Battino, Alan Song-Ching Tai, Richard Baxley, Andrew Ruggles, Matt Lake, Andrew Lucia, Kyu Chun, Stefan Rinnebach, Isaac C. Coffee, Felix Hoepner, Aaron White, Florian Froehlich, Naser Madouh, Jun Pak, Banu Tanguler, Benjamin Kroll, Ezra Ardolino, Tobias Schwinn, Ani Schaeffer