Studio Vertebra which combines the power of "design and implementation" into overseas business and architectural concepts in the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia, recently opened its new office in Stuttgart, Germany.
Studio Vertebra, which has been realizing boutique projects and architecture, interior design, and large-scale restoration with a timeless design language since 2009, took principled steps to the European continent. The company that opened offices in Stuttgart, Germany, is a merging of the power of "design & build" for its architectural projects realized in Turkey, the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia with its offices in Stuttgart.
Founded in 2009 as an architectural design office with four partners, Studio Vertebra does "multi-disciplinary" work in the fields of architecture, interior design, and ancient project services. Taking a "holistic" approach by taking into account urban, architectural and interior design factors in its projects, Studio Vertebra moves away from individual opinions in the design process and contributes to the development of processes with all designers in the team. Employer demands are considered as a very important factor in the design and employers are seen as part of the team. This "multi-input" approach is an extension of the "complete" project approach.
Vertebra, starting with high-scale urban settings and working with all architectural structures of various types and scales, formulates projects on a boutique scale and points according to the quality of space.
The office, which takes the cultural and sociological phenomena of geography as a starting point in its design approach, realizes the output of its products with signatures that update themselves and continue their development trends. Studio Vertebra, which provides services to many domestic and international institutions in the fields of architecture, interior design and restoration, aims to start a new interdisciplinary dialogue by maintaining its physical presence in the global arena along with the European continent.