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architecture educator

Morton Blum Gulak, American architecture educator. Registered architect, Florida. Recipient Silver medal Council Advancement and Support Education, Richmond, 1986; recipient award Historic Richmond Foundation, 1986.

Background

Gulak, Morton Blum was born on September 21, 1938 in Pittsburgh. Son of Metier J. and Bessie (Isack) Gulak.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Pennsylvania State University, 1961. Master of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pennsylvania, 1980.

Career

Partner Tag Architects, Sarasota, Florida, 1967-1972. Associate professor architecture Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, since 1972. Principal Bachelor of Medicine Gulak Architect/Planner, since 1972.

Member, chair Virginia Art and Architecture Review Board, 1981-1985, Urban Design Committee, Richomnd, 1983-1988.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Florida.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional publications.

Membership

Member Leadership Metropolitan Richmond, 1984, Greater Richmond United Way, 1984-1986. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1961-1964. Member American Institute of Architects (board directors, vice president 1987-1990), American Institute Certified Planners (board directors since 1990), Virginia Downtown Development Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Watercolor painting, jogging, tennis.

Connections

Married Paula S. Paster, May 28, 1967. Children: Loren R., Misha A.

father:
Metier J. Gulak

mother:
Bessie (Isack) Gulak

spouse:
Paula S. Paster

child:
Loren R. Gulak

child:
Misha A. Gulak