In the Koleksiyon lexicon, design corresponds neither to the solution nor to the result. Instead, in denotes dialogue, that is the dialogue of possibilities.

In the Koleksiyon lexicon, design corresponds neither to the solution nor to the result. Instead, in denotes dialogue, that is the dialogue of possibilities.

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PROJECTS

SKY CENTRAL

HASSELL STUDIO

LONDON | UK

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GUSTO

HASSELL STUDIO

SAN FRANCISCO | USA

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SKY CENTRAL

HASSELL STUDIO

LONDON | UK

GUSTO

HASSELL STUDIO

SAN FRANCISCO | USA

HORECA

TFKB

M-Office Architect

ISTANBUL | TURKEY

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TFKB

M-Office Architect

ISTANBUL | TURKEY

Campaigns

All Campaigns

Campaigns

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OUR NEWS

Hospital Campaigne/Paris

Hospital Campaigne/Paris

Wilmotte Exhibition/Paris

Wilmotte Exhibition/Paris

Koleksiyon Exhibition/Paris

Koleksiyon Exhibition/Paris

YENİLİKLER

ASTERIX

Faruk Malhan

Designed for the middle spaces, Asterix is an open program to be configurated by the planner or architect.
Asterix is a fresh design with ultra-thin legs in metal with solid wood legs as an option. Linear and curvilinear modules are designed to create rich configurations in open-plan for waiting and co-working places.

PI

Tristan Lohner

Numbers, signs, geometric shapes, also have their aesthetic language and mysteries.
Symbols are not only the translation of a notion, or a code, but they also exist as a formal entity in their own right. The π collection is therefore a reflection on the different structural and graphic possibilities of this legendary sign. This creates a solid line, rich in answers and variations, and unifying, as to how it resonates instinctively within us.

NOVELTIES

ASTERIX

Faruk Malhan

Designed for the middle spaces, Asterix is an open program to be configurated by the planner or architect.
Asterix is a fresh design with ultra-thin legs in metal with solid wood legs as an option. Linear and curvilinear modules are designed to create rich configurations in open-plan for waiting and co-working places.

PI

Tristan Lohner

Numbers, signs, geometric shapes, also have their aesthetic language and mysteries.
Symbols are not only the translation of a notion, or a code, but they also exist as a formal entity in their own right. The π collection is therefore a reflection on the different structural and graphic possibilities of this legendary sign. This creates a solid line, rich in answers and variations, and unifying, as to how it resonates instinctively within us.