Gökhan Avcıoğlu

Gökhan Avcıoğlu Mimarlık

Architect
Born in Ankara, Turkey in 1961, Gokhan Avcioglu completed his architectural education at KSU. He is the principal and founder of GAD which was established in 1985.

Among his projects are office, residential, cultural, commercial, public buildings in Istanbul, Bodrum, New Jersey, New York City, Washington DC, Virginia and Conneticut. Among his most recent projects are mixed-use residential and commercial projects in Istanbul and New York, hotels and private residences in Bodrum, Kazan (Russia) and Kiev (Ukraine)

He has won numerous awards, including the 1997 Turkish Architecture Prize, the 2001 Cimsa Design Prize, and a Bronze medal in the Miami Biennal in 2003. A number of his projects have been short-listed for the Aga Khan award for Architecture, including two projects in Kadikoy Park, completed in 1998 and 2004, Yalova Elyaf, completed in 2001, and Esma Sultan, completed in 2005. Since 2001, Mr. Avcioglu has been conducting studios in the Ecole Speciale d'Architecture in Paris, Yildiz Technical University, and Istanbul Technical University in Istanbul.

Mr. Avcioglu has established offices in Istanbul, New York, Bodrum, Kiev and Kazan. He shares his time between these Istanbul and New York. Mr. Avcioglu is a member of AIA New York Chapter, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Chamber of Architects Turkey (TMMOB).

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