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Contemporary Architecture, Contemporary, Minimalism, AIA College Of Fellows



Selected Architecture

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Istanbul I New York ,

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  • 2019 - AIA College of Fellows, Class of 2019

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October 19th, 2022


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S+ ARCHITECTURE is an award-winning architecture and urban design firm. S+ provides a platform for design research and experimentation for wide array of projects ranging from urban to object scale and spanning a great geographic reach. S+ ARCHITECTURE follows a design process dedicated to integration of building and urban context, and finding innovative solutions for specific problems. The firm explores new ways to respond to specific programmatic requirements of each unique project. At early stages of design, the focus is on site, program, context and green innovation which leads to creation of place-sensitive and concept-driven design with sustainable buildings and environments that are user friendly and imaginative.

S+ completed projects at multiple scales, from storage units, to minimal dwellings, residential buildings, university buildings, production plants, mixed-use buildings. Some of the projects involve new buildings and renovation of historically important structures as well. S+ ARCHITECTURE’s portfolio of projects were developed with the innovative and technical expertise of the firm and by collaborating with creative teams in diverse design fields.

Intertwined with built work, S+ develops research, exhibitions and publications to disseminate knowledge for public awareness. S+ work has been widely published, exhibited, and received architectural design awards. The projects have been exhibited at AIA Baltimore, University at Buffalo, Milan Expo, Polytechnic University of Turin, Union of Architects of Russia in Moscow, New York University and many cities in various countries. The firm is affiliated with Chamber of Architects (UIA), American Institute of Architects College of Fellows (FAIA) and Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).


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