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a cura di Gestalten – Marie Le Fort

AUTOBAN. Form. Function. Experience 

Istanbul bridges Europe and Asia. Based in that city, Autoban creates sought-after Work that masterfully melds western Design Traditions with eastern Elegance

Based in Istanbul, Autoban is one of the most sought-after design studios worldwide. Founders Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Çağlar create gorgeous furniture pieces and spectacular interiors at the nexus between Asia and Europe, tradition and modernity—a fitting reflection of the city in which they live and work and whose contemporary landscape their design now defines.  This book presents a rich selection of Autoban’s breathtaking projects that are documented in striking photographs and plans. The distinctive concepts for restaurants, hotels, apartments, offices, and retail spaces showcase the studio’s worldview between global cosmopolitanism and its own cultural idiosyncrasies. Insightful texts give further insight into Autoban’s creative process and philosophy.


> In only a short time, Autoban’s Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Ça?lar have established themselves as stars on the global design scene. They founded the studio in 2003 and, only one year later, were named “Best Young Designers of the Year 2004” by the magazine Wallpaper*. Autoban’s furniture is successfully distributed worldwide by De La Espada. The design studio epitomizes a new Turkish design sensibility and its designs for hotels and restaurants define the cityscape of modern Istanbul. Meanwhile, Autoban’s work can also be found around the world in places including Madrid, St. Petersburg, and Hong Kong as well as in Baku, Azerbaijan where they designed all of the interiors for the city’s airport. The hotels that they have designed and furnished appear regularly in the best-of lists of publications such as the Sunday Times Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, and Tatler Travel.

Veste editoriale: Cartonato
Formato: 24×30
Pagine: 320
Lingua: GB
Anno: 2014

ISBN: 9783899555080