Sancaklar Mosque, in the outskirts of Istanbul has been named one of the 20 best new structures in the world by RIBA.
At a turbulent time for the Turkish city, this event’s rigour and independence of thought demonstrates the tenacity of its organisers
The Turkish architects' installation at the London Design Biennale references the utopian dreams of refugees seeking a better future
For the Europalia biennial, architect Murat Tabanlioglu has curated a display of intriguing contemporary artworks that contemplate the Turkish city's relationship with the sea. But the exhibition’s retrospective and comparative elements somewhat weaken its impact, says John Jervis
An installation at Somerset House by Arik Levy and Tabanlioglu Architects is on display at Somerset House
Protest camps are constructed rapidly, using everyday materials as objects of disobedient design. But the hasty architectural decisions made by protesters can come to symbolise their movement and deepen its impact
The Turkish duo say their modernist hotels and restaurants have shaken up Istanbul social life. Now they are coming to London
The second incarnation of the Turkish design event steers away from utopian thinking in favour of practical solutions to real-world problems, says Art Institute of Chicago head of architecture and design Zoë Ryan