Design Wanted have published an enlightening interview with RMJM Istanbul’s Tugce Zorlu in their latest feature. The in-depth interview covers Tugce’s diverse background and learning experiences as well as her passion for sustainable design and cultural-specific architecture approaches. As an Urban Designer for one of RMJM’s busiest studios, Tugce also details her involvement on projects in Istanbul, including the recently unveiled G Tower, and acclaimed international projects with RMJM Dubai.

The interview highlights RMJM Istanbul‘s dedication to developing the brightest talent in architecture and design and, once again, shows the commitment the company has for sustainable design. It is also one of a series of interviews featuring RMJM’s architects and designers that have appeared in recent weeks.

Read the full article here.

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