Architecture

  • “Arch | Strata | Antioch”
    “Arch | Strata | Antioch”
    Arch | Strata | Antioch is EAA Emre Arolat Architecture’s exhibition for their Museum Hotel project in Antioch, Turkey. It was exhibited in Palazzo Bembo, as part of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia in 2016. M. Can Tanyeli created the three documentary films of the exhibition. […]
  • “Contrasts”
    “Contrasts”
    Contrasts is an experimental film about Sancaklar Mosque, created by M. Can Tanyeli for EAA Emre Arolat Architecture to be screened at Young Artist Initiative’s “Complements and Dichotomies” exhibition in Miami on February 23-24 2017. Using original footage from the documentation of Sancaklar Mosque, as well as photographs by Cemal Emden from […]
  • “The Mall”
    “The Mall”
    Ever felt like, in a moment of transit, you are witnessing a temporary, yet awe-inspiring fraction of space-time, ephemeral in length but epic in proportions? Much like the spine-tingling part of a song you’ve been listening to over and over again, just so you can hear that one part that […]
  • “Studio Loft”
    “Studio Loft”
    Studio Loft is an interior architecture project by Yerce Architecture and zaas in Izmir, Turkey. This award winning duplex apartment design works as a photography studio on the ground floor while providing a cozy living space above it. M. Can Tanyeli directed the project in spring 2018 over a three […]
  • “Sancaklar Camii”
    “Sancaklar Camii”
    Sancaklar Mosque, commissioned by Sancaklar Foundation, is a distinguished example of modern architecture that stands out among Turkey’s Islamic places of worship dominated by historicist building typologies. In order to reflect and project the creation process of this unique piece of architecture, SGMStudio documented Sancaklar Mosque from the ground up […]
  • “Fabrika”
    “Fabrika”
    “Fabrika” (The Factory) is the presentation movie in the “Fabrika” exhibition (February 7, March 17, 2012) of Emre Arolat Architects’ (EAA) Aga Khan awarded, Ipekyol Textile Factory in Edirne, Turkey. While the original exhibition version of the movie had no opening or credits sequence and displayed a single working day […]