Transbatur Office by OSO Architecture
OSO Architecture is a Turkish studio who has recently completed their design for the Transbatur Office in the Beylikduzu district of Istanbul, Turkey. Their aim was to create an energetic venue that integrates a high level of comfort with the corporate identity of their clients for their 30 employees. It is immediately noticeable that the interior concept is inspired directly from the logistic services that the company provides.
Transbatur Office has been designed by OSO Architecture in Beylikduzu, Istanbul for an international logistic company, who has a staff consisting of 30 personnel. Starting from business fields of the firm, OSO Architecture created the interior concept related to the logistic ideas.
OSO Architecture has adapted the road’s and container’s identical forms & material into the entrance hall’s interior space. Additionally the curvy shelves in the entrance hall which are supported by the transparent glass have been designed for the exhibition of miniature tracks.
The general layout plan was designed as the combination of open office and private rooms. The “operation of import & export” departments are designed into open office space. However “finance” and “visa departments” who work independently were planned into the separate rooms.
The special workstations for six people have been designed by OSO Architecture in accordance with the company requirements into open office area. Starting from table’s hexagon form, the special hexagon lightings and floor covering have been designed in the same area.
Because of one of the two manager rooms in the office is managing the whole operation, OSO Architecture has designed the manager room and open office as transparent as possible.
Project Name: Transbatur Office
Place: Beylikduzu / Istanbul
Client: Transbatur International Logistic
Architectural company: OSO Architecture
Design Team: Ozan Bayik / Serhan Bayik / Okan Bayik / B. Bahar Cicekci / Erkan Cecen / Gulsenem Sutcu
Application: OSO Architecture
Project Space: 500 sqm
Project Date: 2017
Photos: OSO Architecture