Two architectural experiments from the late 1990s that aim to scrutinize architectural space and its problematic formal representation of identity.
@Genk, Belgium… [AI]stanbul is on display at C-Mine in Genk, Belgium until September 29. Z33 C-MineRead More
[AI]stanbul is on display at Luma-Arles… Luma-Arles features [AI]stanbul as part of “a multi-platform knowledge-based exhibition” A School of Schools: Design as Learning. Exhibition can be seen in Parc des Ateliers until May 25. Luma-ArlesRead More
Arredamento’s 30th year… Arredamento Mimarlık, Istanbul based leading architecture and design magazine, celebrated its 30th year with a special issue. I am so honored to have worked for this prestigious magazine as an editor between 2002 and 2006.Read More
[AI]stanbul now knows better about Istanbul… [AI]stanbul is leaving Istanbul with good “borrowed” memories. 4th Istanbul Design Biennial ended on November 4th, [AI]stanbul with more than 7000 entries feels more like an Istanbulite. It knows now how life is like, what Istanbulites wish for their own city. As a virtual native, [AI]stanbul has its own […]Read More
[AI]stanbul is on display… [AI]stanbul: Schooling the Machine will be on display during 4th Istanbul Design Biennial between September 22 and November 4 in Akbank Sanat. Designed as a curious machine that aims to be a virtual native, [AI]stanbul tackles the process of learning and teaching of a new place by employing Artificial Intelligence through […]Read More
Design on View at DH2018 in Mexico City… I am at Digital Humanities 2018: “Bridges/Puentes” in Mexico City, Mexico in June 2018. Presentation entitled Design on View: Imagining Culture as a Digital Outcome discusses the pedagogy and the results of the collaborative design project I taught at NJIT in Fall 2017. The studio explored the relationship between design and […]Read More
History à la carte… Student works from my History of Art & Design and History of Architecture classes are on view in “History à la Carte: Work from History of Art, Design and Architecture” exhibition in Barbara and Leonard Littman Library at NJIT until April 2018. In addition to student work, a virtual tour of […]Read More