“Our relationship with materials is provided by brands. As architects, with the invitation from the brands or by hosting them in our offices, we learn about so many different products and details, so we can serve our customers on a more developed scale. In this sense, I find the PNR.istanbul events very useful for providing relationship between architects and products. Making face to face contact is very important and specially in the first event we got the chance to sit on the same table with more than 20 brands and they got the chance to introduce themselves. Even when I came here now for Focus II, I see familiar faces from the previous events and maybe they will come to my office or I will be interested in some of their products.
I am here today for learning about what kind of works are being done in the world and what kind of processes they go through. Because there is always a thought of doing projects abroad. We always think about what is happening in our own country. This event is a great chance to see what is going on in the world. It is great for us that RIBA is doing a presentation for that purpose.” | LOT Studio | İstanbul
“As professionals working on different fields of the sector, we have all realized the changing requirements and dynamics of the construction industry. We believe that our hardship will turn into opportunities if we rely on our previous experiences. In light of our professional background in the constrution industry, we have established PNR.istanbul in order to enable the sector to grow and improve without borders, and become a globally substantial agent.” | Yapı Media Communication | Istanbul
The second edition of PNR.istanbul: focus took place on the 16th of october 2019 at VitrA’s Nisantası venue “Vbenzeri Mekan” in Istanbul with a presentation by Azlina Bulmer, Director of International Regions in RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Focus II: UK brought together professionals from the leading architecture offices of Turkey and executives from … Continue reading “What is it like practicing architecture in the UK?”