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Istanbul – Architect Alper Derinboğaz turned the theatre stage into a moving landscape, thanks to Oblique Land, a structure with 19 mobile modules.
Istanbul – Ofist studio creates a gravity-defying experience with 505 yoga blocks for the multifunctional, ‘Rayban-free’ retail concept Eye-D.
Frame teams up with Istanbul-In-Between for 'What’s the matter? – Design for a phygital world. Part II' as part of the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial's Parallel Events programme.
ISTANBUL – When hired to design the Istanbul headquarters for the Turkish distributor of international footwear giant Skechers, Zemberek Design was tasked with realizing heterogeneity within a …
Nestled in the foothills of north Istanbul is the Koleksiyon headquarters where designer and brand manager Koray Malhan’s Rework – a vision for the contemporary office landscape – is laid out …
ISTANBUL – A Dutch firm’s new apartment complex in southern Istanbul offers a refreshing take on the region’s urban densification.
At the centre of the Istanbul headquarters for denim brand R & D, an elevated floor forms a flexible work surface with integrated storage space.
Zoë Ryan, curator of the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial, The Future Is Not What It Used to Be, has been seeking out manifestos for the 21st century.
Bringing design-inclined cultural innovators together at the cross roads of Europe and Asia, the second Istanbul Design Biennial looks to reappropriate the manifesto.
Geometrically inspired designs have been a current theme in the spatial scene for quite a while, but Merve Kahraman decided to step it up a notch.
As the world’s main design event winds down – with a ripple effect that will be felt for many months to come – there is much debate about such a large endeavor's true purpose. Many defend the …
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