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Aren Semerci

Aren is a strong designer with a broad appreciation for architectural quality and skillls to translate concepts into technical solutions. He specializes in parametric design and 3D modeling, and has a broad expertise in digital design tools, graphic visualization and animation. Aren is pursuing his Masters of Science in Architectural Design Computing at Istanbul Technical University while concurrently working in the Henning Larsen Istanbul office.

 
 
 
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Experience

Experience

Aren has a strong conceptual grasp of design and the technical knowledge to visualize architectural ideas. Using his experience with parametric tools and digital software, he develops solutions to complex problems throughout the preliminary design process.

Aren has participated in several workshops, competitions, and design research projects in Turkey and Europe. He has been involved in archeological and cultural heritage preservation work throughout Turkey, including the UNESCO Mardin Houses Building Survey in eastern Anatolia and the Nif Mountain Archeological Excavation in Izmir.

Facts

Facts

EMPLOYMENTS
Henning Larsen Architects, 2013
Fuat Şahinler Design Studio, Istanbul, 2011
Studio K with Kutyar Özer, Istanbul, 2010
Tuncer Çakmaklı Architects, Istanbul, 2008
Murat Polat Architectural Studio, Istanbul, 2006 

EDUCATION
MSc in Architectural Design Computing, İstanbul Technical University, ongoing
BArch in Architecture, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, 2011
Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Department of Architecture, 2010

BORN
1987

LANGUAGES
Turkish, English, French, Armenian

Selected projects

Selected projects

Bio Istanbul Residential, Istanbul, Turkey, 48.000m²
Galata Port Competition, Istanbul, Turkey, 127.000m²
Troya Museum Architectural Competition (with Orhan Şahinler and Fuat Şahinler), Çanakkale, Turkey, 2011
Kahramanmaraş Culture Park Architectural Competition (with Murat Polat), Kahramanmaraş, Turkey, 2008

Contact

Architect
ase@henninglarsen.com
Phone: +90 212 293 97 66
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