SMARTTOOLS

Year: 2014

Client: Smarttools

 

We designed the logo and IOS/Android applications for Smarttools home automation. We used a layered design for the applications to facilitate navigating through the menu and allow users to reach their target with the mimunum number of clicks possible.

ARDA TUNC

Year: 2015

Client: Arda Tunç

 

 

We designed the brand identity of Arda Tunç Artisanal Works, including the logo, letterhead, notebook, pin badges, branding tag, seal stamp and business card. We also provided a 3D version of the logo to be used in the product designs as the artisan’s signature.

PIER

Year: 2016

Client: Pier Restaurant

 

We used a custom hand-written typography to design a logo as part of the brand identity of Pier. We were inspired by the colors of Antakya cuisine, and used the resulting color scheme for all the elements of Pier’s brand identity.

NINO

Year: 2015

Client: Nino Bakery

 

The client’s approach that merges cultural heritage with innovative techniques constituted the foundation of our work, including the brand identity, packaging and interior designs for Nino. For the logo, we took inspiration from cuneiform scripts to achieve a striking yet simple design. We also created a pattern with the repetition of the logo, and used this pattern in the interior design as well. The selection of natural materials such as natural moss and wood used in the signboard design brought a tangible third dimension to the brand’s identity.

 

You can see the interior design of Nino Bakery under the interior category.

SKANDAL! İSTANBUL

Year: 2011

Client: Skandal!Istanbul
City: Istanbul

 

Interior design from concept to construction for the indie club Skandal! Istanbul, located right in the centre of the culturally diverse and blooming Beyoglu district in Istanbul. We used lighting installations and a contemprorary graphic style to create contrast with the historical character of the space. The sound reactive lighting installations were designed in collaboration with Nerdworking.

SERVICES

We see design as a multidisciplinary act, as it interacts with many other things like art, engineering, social sciences. Many of our projects are actually a combination of product, graphic and interior design because we believe different design disciplines nourish each other.

EZGİ BOZKURT

Graduating from Industrial design department of Middle East Technical University (METU), Ezgi Bozkurt worked 4 years for several reputable Istanbul based product design and interior design studios. Participating in all stages of design and construction phases for numerous large scale projects, she became highly experienced in design management processes.

Aiming to develop a multidisciplinary approach to her design, she started her master’s degree on International Interior Architectural Design (IMIAD) in Istanbul Technical University (ITU) in 2009, and as a part of her master studies she studied one semester in University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Italian Switzerland (SUPSI).

Since 2009 Ezgi has been working as a freelance designer on various interior or product design projects for various corporate and individual clients, often in collaboration with other designers or design studios.

Currently she works as a designer in Co-MADE multidisciplinary design studio of which she is a co-founder.

Besides her design career, she walks alongside with good design on a daily basis. She has been a runway model since 2008 allowing her not only to create but live in style.

CİHANGİR ÜNLÜTÜRK

Graduated from Middle East Technical University with a bachelors degree in Industrial Design, Cihangir started working in Istanbul in 2006. There he worked as a freelancer and collaborated with reputable design offices for various projects, with most of his works concentrating around furniture design.

In years 2009 – 2010, he participated in the Product Design Master program at Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL)

Since then he worked as a freelancer till late 2013, when he co-founded Co-MADE with the rest of the team.

His designs are quite often built on his interest in natural sciences, and his curiosity about materials and production techniques. He enjoys taking an experimental approach, playing with materials and processes, crossing know-how from one discipline to another.

He has won several awards including 1st prize in Arcelik Student’s Design Competition under the category of Industrial Design with modular fridge concept “Cube”, 2005

His personal portfolio can be found at www.cihangirunluturk.com

MÜGE SENÉ

Following her graduation from Industrial design, METU(Middle East Technical University) in 2006, Müge Sené joined a newly created design office based in Istanbul. She worked on high-scaled interior projects for global companies (EnbW Energy, State Oil Company of Azerbaijan, Carrefour) as the project manager, before leaving to co-found Co-MADE.

She has solid knowledge in concept creation, space planning, furniture design and design process management. Besides, she is passionate about cooking, and shares her practice on French & Turkish cuisine via her blog; promenade gourmande

Currently, she lives in Paris and is a designer/partner at Co-MADE multidisciplinary design studio.

Her previous projects can be seen on Co-MADE online portfolio

ZEYNEP BAHAR

Since 2006, Zeynep Bahar has worked on many interior and architectural projects as a designer and project manager. She has designed for a wide variety of sectors including medical, residential, commercial, educational, retail and hospitality. Prior to that, she received a B.S degree in Industrial Design at METU.

Her product design background is reflected to her approach in interior design. Textures and patterns, colors and lights have always been her tools to create simple & smart spaces. Besides design, she has experience in technical details, specifications and construction management.

As a designer / partner at Co-MADE, she continues to work on interior projects.

Her previous projects can be seen on Co-MADE online portfolio

ABOUT US

Co-MADE* is a multidisciplinary design studio providing design solutions for industrial, interior, graphic and branding projects.

We have an integrated yet detail oriented design approach. As a team of designers who speak the same design language, we see various disciplines of design as complementary practices and believe that they enrich and nourish each other. We believe in the importance of transferring knowledge from one discipline to another.

It is essential for us to involve clients in the design process, exchange ideas and create a synergistic work environment.

Co-MADE is happy to be based in and be inspired by two great cities, İstanbul and Paris.

*result of collaborative work, made together.

NINO

Year: 2015

Client: Nino Bakery

City: Istanbul

 

The client’s approach that merges cultural heritage with innovative techniques constituted the foundation of our work, including the brand identity, packaging and interior designs for Nino. For the logo, we took inspiration from cuneiform scripts to achieve a striking yet simple design. We also created a pattern with the repetition of the logo, and used this pattern in the interior design as well. The selection of natural materials such as natural moss and wood used in the signboard design brought a tangible third dimension to the brand’s identity.

 

You can see the brand identity design of Nino Bakery under the graphic category

STAR ÇELTİK

Year: 2016

Client: Star Çeltik
City: Balıkesir

 

We redesigned the logos of Star Çeltik and its two sub-brands, with strong emphasis on preserving the existing brand recognition. We also designed 2 series of rice packaging for different segments. For one of the sub-brands we used a grey heron figure, a common resident of the rice fields in Gönen povince. For the second sub-brand, we used a rather traditional windmill figure.

 

ERSE

Year: 2017

Client: Erse

City: Istanbul

 

For our Erse Kindergarten project, we took an innovative approach and created different concepts for each individual space. We used strong graphical elements, color contrasts and figures to design a kindergarten that children would enjoy to go.