Tabanlıoğlu Architects

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Istanbul-based architectural firm, with its long family tradition, started with Dr. Hayati Tabanlioğlu (Architect of Atatürk Cultural Center, Istanbul Atatürk Airport and Galleria, first shopping mall of Turkey). Spanning over six decades, the office demonstrates a professionalism based on rigor and know-how. Searching for new efficiencies in terms of global and environmental needs and developments, the practice is currently engaged in major assignments worldwide, having offices in Ankara, Dubai, Doha and London with more than 170 employees, operating mainly in Turkey, MENA and CIS Countries, Tabanlıoğlu works comprise a wide range of building types. Respecting resources and existing values, the office aims high to benefit new technologies, envisioning needs of people of our era of novelties and rapid changes.
Tabanlıoğlu Architects was established in 1990 by Murat Tabanlıoğlu and his father Hayati Tabanlıoğlu, and Melkan Gürsel (AIA Int.) joined the group in 1995.

Main projects:
– Istinye Residence, Istanbul – 2015
– Zorlu Levent, Istanbul – 2014
– Dakar Congress Center, Senegal – 2014
– Bodrum International Airport, Mugla – 2012
– Esas Aeropark, Istanbul – 2012
– Selcuk Ecza HQ, Istanbul – 2012
– Astana Media Center, Kazakhstan – 2011
– Sipopo Congress Center, Equatorial Guinea – 2011
– Loft Gardens, Istanbul – 2010
– Astana Arena, Kazakhstan – 2009

Work in progress:
– Astana Train station
– Halaskargazi Mixed Use, Istanbul
– Incek Loft, Ankara
– Nidakule Levent, Istanbul
– Renovai, Istanbul: Renovia
– Yenitepe Kadıköy, Istanbul
– Rönesans Turan, Izmir
– Crystal Towers, Dubai
– Ataköy Waterfront, Istanbul
– Oran Residence, Istanbul: One Tower Residence

Project selected for Archmarathon: Dakar International Conference Center

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