REDA | Architect magazine


Company Description

REDA, named after the academic background of its founder Çağıl Akçurin,
(MSc. Real Estate Development – BArch. Architecture) was founded in 2013.

As the 10th anniversary celebrations come on, REDA completed 72 architecture and interior design projects of varying sizes and scales.

Beşiktaş Breakfast Street, a unique example of public-private partnership, Işıklı Konak, a unique villa which received an award within the framework of the 14th Western Mediterranean Architecture Awards organized by the Antalya branch of the Chamber of Architects, Demiröz Endowment Campus, a set of six educational buildings with a gated area of ​​23,500 square meters on a 42-acre plot and D14, a gated community with elegant and simple lines were some of the architectural projects carried out by REDA during this period.

In addition to architectural projects, REDA has also been involved in various interior projects, including high-end residences, luxury stores and administrative management offices.

In addition to housing projects such as GBA Residence, BOS Residence, DYS Residence and Milano UT Residence and office projects such as Turcas Petrol, Aksoy Holding, KKB, Perfume Design Workshop; TAGG, located in Istanbul Galataport, Tomoka Casks and Red8 Gallery, located at London Royal Exchange are some of the interior design projects carried out in recent years.

REDA’s ability to create accurate budgets, consistent work flowcharts, and awareness of on-site follow-up has captured the attention of companies. In 2017, REDA Contract became a separate entity and started providing contract services. In addition to managing the application processes and project coordination in projects created by REDA, REDA Contract has also provided project advice to national and international companies.

Following the emergence of the new normal requirements, REDA has created a brand that provides remote work support and guidance to businesses based on their remote work needs. Since 2020, thanks to the feedback that REDA received from its corporate clientele, Kurumsal Ev began to provide advice on creating a hybrid work order to various national and international companies in a relatively short period of time.

During Çağıl Akçurin’s 15 years of design training, he designed various pieces of furniture for different projects. In addition to REDA’s core design services, Opus emerged from this foundation as an edited designer furniture brand.
Complementary to REDA’s design initiatives is Butler, a community management application that can be customized to the services offered by gated communities and residential plazas.

With 5 brands under its roof, REDA continues to provide architectural and interior design services, project follow-up and coordination, hybrid work organization consulting, furniture design and site management as well as creating budgets and work flowcharts.


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