Kolatan / Mac Donald Studio, Design team: Ayse Sulan Kolatan, Principal, William J. Mac Donald, Principal, Minsuk Cho, Ferda Kolatan, Chiakai Yang with Collaborators: Anke Scheren, Michael Kennedy, George Grenier III, Joseph Bula, Baine Gaiser, Patrick Kane, Antonio Palladino, Teresa Chang, Gayle Tsern, Long Hair George Krausas Spreebogen Competition for the German Parliament, project, Berlin, Germany 1993

  • Not on view
Collaborating artist
Collaborators: Anke Scheren, Michael Kennedy, George Grenier III, Joseph Bula, Baine Gaiser, Patrick Kane, Antonio Palladino, Teresa Chang, Gayle Tsern, Long Hair George Krausas
Medium
Model
Dimensions
2 1/2 x 53 x 39" (6.4 x 134.6 x 99.1 cm)
Model maker
Model maker: Kennedy Fabrications
Credit
Gift of The Lauder Foundation, Leonard and Evelyn Lauder Fund
Object number
100.1996
Department
Architecture and Design

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