Mavi Proje has grown into a respected regional and international design practice with expertise in a wide variety of building types.

Our work ranges from planning to architecture, strategic facilities planning for relocations to interior architecture for new buildings to renovation and expansion of existing facilities. Central to our approach is the principle of generating design to fit the specific needs of people. Our practice diversity and talent offers the creativity, knowledge, and technological insight to ensure customized design solutions that are responsive both to aesthetic and functional requirements.

We offer our clients unique benefits that come from our experiences and global resources. Our design approach starts with an open dialog with each client that, at the outset of a project, helps define client objectives for the environment and reveal the design challenge.

During project development, feedback from our client helps us add appropriate details and stay true to our objectives as we refine our creative solution.

Ultimately, we believe the success of a design solution is measured by the degree to which it improves our client’s business performance.

We have become specialists in finding creative and unique solutions to the most difficult budgets and programs. Careful consideration is given to the appropriateness of design choices in terms of context, program and construction. We are known as architects who link exceptional design with time and budget concerns.

The quality of a project is not necessarily related to how much it costs, but rather how wisely the resources of time and money are spent.

We believe in simplicity, which results in flexibility in use and economy in cost. Cost management and life cycle building cost is of great importance.

In pursuit of this mission, we are guided by the following ideals:

Sustaining mutually beneficial client relationships.

Providing design services which encompass creativity, diversity and value added results.

Offering guidance through professional leadership and experience.

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The architect receives the employer’s requests and presents relevant proposals by conducting a preliminary meeting. In this phase, the level of quality is determined according to the user profile and operational requirements. If the enterprise has any operational requirements, they are submitted for discussion. The decoration theme is determined with the participation of the employer.


A. Concept:

According to the design criteria, for the determined theme suitable materials are selected. These materials are determined in accordance with the requirements of the preliminary design criteria. Spatial effects can be created using samples of materials and examples of furniture. Internal design and process stages are shown on color drawings and sketches, and are offered for approval to the employer.


B. Design Development Phase:

Decoration and furniture layout plans, colored design boards and elevations are prepared to evaluate the suitability for operational necessities. At this stage, according to the design characteristics, furniture is chosen. By checking the furniture prices, etc., it is ensured that the project complies with the general budget figures. Decisions are finalized prior to application and fabrication projects by submitting to the approval of the employer.


C. Contract Document Phase:

In this phase;

*Furniture layout plans

*Floor plans

*Ceiling plans

*Electrical plans

* Visual interior plans


Fixed and movable furniture and accessory are prepared and co-ordinated with other related engineering services.

Every element such as furniture, fixed furniture, lighting fixtures, fabrics, curtains, equipment, carpets, decorative accessories, mirrors, paintings etc., is defined precisely. The materials for these spaces are determined in the architectural phase. Kitchen equipment, bar equipment, etc., are provided according to functional needs.


D. Manufacturing, Assembly and Production Phase

During construction, the designing architect must provide the necessary support to see that decoration work and manufacturing are done according to concept principles. Constantly in contact and meeting at the construction site, the contractor and project manager ensure coordination of the work. Also, all production drawings and material samples must be submitted to the designer’s approval. The designer’s assistant will be on site during the final placement of furniture, accessories, etc.



The architect receives the employer’s requests and presents relevant proposals by conducting a preliminary meeting. At this phase, capacities and requirements are determined. The architect conducts the first coordination meeting to receive the opinions from other engineering principles.


A. Programming main idea:

The architect performs the necessary design work to prepare a preliminary project to meet the specified needs. Coordination of this preliminary work with other engineering services is also provided. The achieved preliminary design is then submitted to the approval of the employer. In this phase, site layout decisions and the approximate size of the structures are determined on color rendered plans. The architectural theme is determined with the participation of the employer.


B. Design Development Phase:

The concluded design and concept decisions are presented in sketch form including all interior functions and spatial patterns. The facade principles are determined and the effects of the terrain silhouette are taken into account. Coordination is conducted with other engineering services. Finally, the achieved project is submitted to the approval of the employer.


C. Contract Document Phase:

Application drawings in accordance with relevant laws and regulations are produced for the now matured design. The prepared Architectural design are presented to the relevant authorities for approval and any additions and corrections that may be required by these authorities are carried out swiftly (documentation follow-up is thought to be conducted by a local building supervision firm).


D. Coordination Phase:

To control the structure during the construction so that it agrees with design concepts. The architect provides the necessary support during the construction phase. Visits are carried out while communicating with the construction contractor and/or the project manager.