A dinner introducing architects to the Turkish Trade Center, with Paul Finch and guests
We were delighted to co-host a dinnertime event with Paul Finch that included a number of influential figures from the world of architecture and design.
The dinner was set up to introduce key members of the architectural profession to members of the Turkish Trade Center in Clerkenwell. The Trade Center is part of a global network set up by the Turkish Exporters’ Assembly to represent Turkish businesses around the world. Each Trade Center acts as an introduction to Turkish exporters and their products, and to assist them in helping them enter the market.
Panel and networking event for BuildUp, the networking and ideas-sharing organisation for marketing, communications and BD professionals
BuildUp is an organisation for Marketing and Communications professionals working in the Property and Construction Sector. Their events take the form of informal social drinks to share experience and knowledge amongst peers, alternated with more structured talks and discussions on relevant topics. We sponsored Diversify, an evening at the Turkish Trade Center around the subject of diversity in the property industry, which boasted a stellar panel and attracted an audience of over 50 people from across the industry.
Panel and discussion about pattern in partnership with Dezeen
Designer Adam Nathaniel Furman, interior designer Sue Timney and Royal Academy curator, Gonzalo Herrero Delicado, were among a panel of experts that discussed ‘The Power of Pattern’ in an event organised jointly by Dezeen and DKI at the Turkish Trade Center in London.
Chaired by Dezeen's architecture reporter, India Block, the panel discussed the use of pattern in architecture and design, the relationship between historical and contemporary uses and how patterns can be used to express feeling and ideas.
Adam Nathaniel Furman wins a Blueprint Prize for ‘Gateways’, created in partnership with designjunction for the London Design Festival.
Adam Nathaniel Furman was the winner of the Blueprint Awards 2018 for Best Small Project for ‘Gateways’, an on-site installation for the London Design Festival commissioned by designjunction and promoted by Turkishceramics, an organisation for whom Bahadir acted as president and spokesperson.