Surton

Interior Designer

Turkey

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SÜRTON was founded by two architects to realize designs that will add character to living spaces. The design philosophy of the brand is designing new products and designs by the inspiration on the cultural lifestyle and traditional materials. In this way, it aims to keep the traces of the past culture alive in contemporary life. SÜRTON products which are specially designed with inspiration from traditional forms, natural textures and materials, were designed with the combination of colors close to each other of different materials. The designs, which are both striking like works of art and functional, are produced with quality materials and craftsmanship.

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EDUCATION

2011, Architect, Bachelor, Gazi University, ANKARA/TURKEY.
2017, Urban Design, MA, Istanbul Technical University, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
2018, Restoration-Evaluation of Historic Environments, MA, Mimar Sinan Fine-Art University, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
Current, Architect, PhD, Gazi University, ANKARA/TURKEY

WORKING EXPERIENCES

AWARDS AND PRIZES

SELECTED PROJECTS

Arasta

FUNCTION:

Multifunctional Bench

LOCATION:

Ankara, Turkey

YEAR:

2022

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ABOUT

It is a multi-purpose bench design. It draws its strength from its different proportions and multi-functionality. It creates a solution for the different needs during the entrance and exit of the place. The entire revolving tray mechanism is solved in the very thin leg of the product. Despite this, the product, which can be packaged in disassembled form, is designed so that only one person can assemble it. Thanks to the layered use of different materials, seating comfort is provided.

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Surton, 2021.

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