Can Çinici

Çinici Architects

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Can Çinici was born in 1962. He was graduated from METU (MA 1989) and Londra Architectural Association (AA Grad Dipl 1991). He has won several awards in various national and international competitions. He won the 4th National Architecture Award in project category with his Isparta Forum and Recreation Center project in 1994, the International Aga Khan Award for Architecture (together with Behruz Cinici) with TBMM Mosque in 1995, Tepe Foundation of Architecture Award in 1999. Since 1995, he worked as workshop coordinator in METU, YTU and Bilgi University. He attended numerous exhibitons, TV and broadcasting programmes. He is currently working in Çinici Architects.

Çinici Architects

'Çinici Architects' was established by in 1963 Altuğ & Behruz Çinici on the occasion for the execution of the METU Campus in Ankara. Since then numerous projects were carried out covering a wide range of subjects and scales, amongst educational buildings gain primary importance. In 1989 firm's general management was moved to Istanbul. Can Çinici who joined to the office in 1992 concentrated mainly on competition and design work. The firm having a decisive importance on the last 35 years period of Turkish republican architecture was acknowledged by various national and international awards - some of them are 1985 Simavi Foundation Award, 1986 İş Bank Award, 1994 National Architecture Award and 1995 Aga Khan Award for the building of the mosque within the Grand National Assembly.
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