DINING WITH TURKISH DESIGNER KORAY MALHAN

KORAY MALHAN
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Koleksiyon held exclusive press event to release their large wall system Oblivion, and we were there!

Workspace 3.0 at iSaloni left us a bit disappointed, as our contributor describes in his piece for our live coverage edition. However, certain furniture companies keep lighting the fire to our hope for office spaces. Turkish furniture brand, Koleksiyon, for example. In response to missing originality and deep understanding in office furniture, the brand director and designer Koray Malhan presents a new portfolio to trade dealers, planners, architects, distributors and a selection of journalists during an exclusive press event.

We were contacted by their PR to partake in this event at Koleksiyon’s showroom in Istanbul, Turkey. Koray Malhan gave an inspiring presentation in the morning, followed by a tour around the showroom where he explained the designs. We were taken around and inside the wall system Oblivion, a safe haven for employees. Malhan took his press group to a personal lunch at his friend’s place, a sommelier with greatly appreciated wine, where his friend’s friend, a well-known cook, provided us with delicious fish a plenty. From the best olives we’ve ever tasted to exceptional wine to an amazing main dish, our host whisked us back to the showroom for interviews.

We will be releasing the only video interview, held by ArchiExpo, taken during this time. The video interview will be published in our upcoming edition in June. The video will accompany an in-depth article on the presentation by Koray Malhan. Stay tuned!

DINING WITH TURKISH DESIGNER KORAY MALHAN
 

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