Cansu Bayrambey – ATÖLYE
Cansu Bayrambey’s new illustration for ATÖLYE visualizes the new roles facilitators must take to design more inclusive and effective digital workshops.
How is the new normal making us question our old perspectives? What kind of new points of view did we gain after the pandemic? Eylül Deniz Ergun’s illustration plays with the new angles of how we see the new world order for the article of ATÖLYE that discusses the steps businesses can take to create more sustainable models while transitioning to the new normal.
It takes certain craftsmanship to successfully complete an origami in one shot. Usually making origami is a try and fail process. Especially if people are collaborating it becomes a creative learning process for all. ATÖLYE’s new educational platform Akademi aims for such collaborative and experimental collaborations. Ece Ağırtmış illustrates the article where these collaborations are explained with a twist: Do you notice that the origami making duo is also inside a paper? Ece reminds us that both the origami and the process of making it are subjected to a trial and error method.
How did remote working practices change in the Covid-19 process? What kind of an environment does remote working generate? What is a digital office anyway? The details of these questions are inside Uğur Altun’s illustration made for ATÖLYE’s Medium article about going remote. Welcome to the world where screens are met with plants, where files are stored in clouds and pants are not obligatory.
What will the world be like after Covid-19? Selin Tahtakılıç’s illustrated the predictions of ATÖLYE’s co-founder Engin Ayaz regarding the post-Covid-19 world. Selin invites us to imagine a world where the fish of Venice are back, where neighbourhoods regain importance, where we reconnect with nature and each household is connected through digital platforms.
A meteor is about to drop in Nova Norda’s new music video “Kim üzdü seni?” (Who broke your heart?) Two characters in the story consult a book that contains advises about what to do in this tricky situation. Designed and executed by Kübrasu Yıldırım, the book actually provides universal and timeless advises through visually intriguing worlds.
The artwork series curated for Metex Studio Erk Architecture Studio includes custom artworks by Tutku Sevinç and Elif Demir. Sevinç’s 3 acrylic-based works are inspired by the dynamics of urban-suburban and rural sceneries whereas Demir’s works focus on perspective landscapes through a minimal architectural style.