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Ofist | Ertan Altun Studio

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It’s a studio for an artist. It’s a playground for a designer. It’s a gathering place for friends. Therefore we designed what he needed; of course a long desk for hair make up, some space and walls reserved for him where he can paint, a library, screens for concert videos, a little courtyard, and a kitchenette alive and kicking all day long.

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In terms of materials, we stayed neutral and simple with self levelling on the floors, plywood in terms of wood, iron profiles for structure and that was all. Plain and simple; yet colorful and alive. The short statement of Yasemin Arpac, the head designer of Ofist, about their design criterias and the brief of the client:

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“Sometimes I have an opinion as how my hair should be cut… He tells me ‘did I interfere with your design while we were working on the design of this studio?’ And then I hush. Yes he just stated what kind of a person he is and always has been. And nothing else.

We’ve known each other for years. I am one of the many frequenters who became friends in time. So I knew what he needed, what he expected and what he dreamed of. Nothing much. Just some space for him to be himself…

And share it with friends/clients. He is an extra ordinary hair designer, always innovative and ahead. Mostly he just needed space; where he can be comfortable, where he can host, and enjoy it all.”

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Architect: Ofist [Yasemin Arpac & Sabahattin Emir]
Client: Ertan Altun
Project Coordinator: Goksen Gungor
Wood works: Tayfur Somer
Iron works: Sen Metal
Self levelling: Dogu Kardesler
Electrical works: Gulay Elektrik
Plumbing: Simtes
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