VeVentures Corporate Group Offices – Istanbul

Pimodek Architecture designed the VeVentures Corporate Group offices in Istanbul, emphasizing natural light and a transparent, spacious layout with wood panels, marble, and featured artworks.

  • Client VeVentures Corporate Group,
  • size 1,938 sqft
  • Year 2022
  • Location Istanbul, Turkey,
  • Industry Financial / Investments,
  • Pimodek Architecture embraced natural light when completing the design for the VeVentures Corporate Group offices in Istanbul, Turkey.

    Located in Maslak Istanbul, VeVentures Headquarters is designed by Pimodek Architecture in 2022. The layout concept for the 180-square-meter one-storey project in Beybi Giz Plaza is formed with the aim of providing a transparent and spacious office that benefits from the daylight.

    The executive rooms, meeting room, and co-working space are situated around a circular common area that is for lounge & waiting in the square-planned office. Also, this area that defines the entrance hall, is also thought as a core that allows for spatial circulation throughout the workspace.

    The meeting room is intended as an extension of one of the executive rooms, divided by a sliding door. With a transparent approach, the second executive room is seperated by glass partitions from the common area. Furthermore, the co-working space is planned as part of the common area to provide a flexible perspective. In this sense, a workspace that offers continuity around the core and is perceived as wide as possible, is created.

    In the project; the material of wood is preferred in the wall panels and ceiling details that defines the common area, and it is completed with dark tones of marble. The semi-circular wall, which refers to the common area, is defined with metal panels. Emre Namyeter, Kadriye İnal, Devrim Erbil and Ahmet Oran are the artists whose works are featured in the office project.

    Design: Pimodek Architecture
    Design Team: Omer Hamulu, Erdem Hamulu, Gizem Altug, Tugba Dere, Ibrahim Inci
    Photography: Ibrahim Ozbunar