Marc Schulitz, NCARB, is a licensed architect and a partner at the award winning firm of Schulitz Architects. He received his professional Degree in Architecture from the ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and has worked as an architect in Europe. He has taught at the Technical University of Brunswick and has continuously served as a design critic at universities in Europe.
Assistant Professor Schulitz was in charge of numerous international sports arena projects, including the 2006 FIFA World Cup Arena in Hanover and the Lentpark ice and swim stadium in Cologne, Germany. His work has been featured in international periodicals and books. Assistant Professor Schulitz’s firm focuses on delivering designs that are environmentally sustainable in terms of architecture, the integration of building services, and engineering. His Lentpark design was the first ice sports facility to be part of the European Union’s Green Building Program. Assistant Professor Schulitz´s precise knowledge of structural principles has enabled him to move beyond the role of designer and push into the realm of engineering, thus leading him to work closely with internationally renowned engineering firms. At Cal Poly Pomona he teaches structures classes and design studios.