Author: Emir Polat

After I completed my bachelor degree in Architecture, I completed Master of Interior and Living Design at Domus Academy Milano. During the training period, I had the opportunity to work with leading Italian companies from Olivetti to Kartell. After returning to Turkey in 2019, I realized my dream of opening my own studio. I can describe Emir Polat Studio as an experimental memory for expressing my own dream world. The entries of this memory are everything I can encounter in everyday life. The texture of a historical monastery, a fresh leaf, the routes I went to, the movies I watched, the music I listened to. I'm blending and interpreting the inspiration I received from all of this with my perception of design that has been shaped during my education in Italy. In fact, every product/space I design is a moment I leave to myself rather than the desire to be liked. Almost all of my works appeared during my adventure in Italy. I had the opportunity to produce some of them. ‘Cloudie’ was the one that excited me the most. After producing the prototype, I joined Milan Design Week 2018 with Cloudie. I’m planning to prepare it for sale in 2020. I recently won a furniture design competition for the 30th birthday of a private broadcasting organization. In autumn 2019, my work will be on display and selling in North Carolina/USA.”
After I completed my bachelor degree in Architecture, I completed Master of Interior and Living Design at Domus Academy Milano. During the training period, I had the opportunity to work with leading Italian companies from Olivetti to Kartell. After returning to Turkey in 2019, I realized my dream of opening my own studio. I can describe Emir Polat Studio as an experimental memory for expressing my own dream world. The entries of this memory are everything I can encounter in everyday life. The texture of a historical monastery, a fresh leaf, the routes I went to, the movies I watched, the music I listened to. I'm blending and interpreting the inspiration I received from all of this with my perception of design that has been shaped during my education in Italy. In fact, every product/space I design is a moment I leave to myself rather than the desire to be liked. Almost all of my works appeared during my adventure in Italy. I had the opportunity to produce some of them. ‘Cloudie’ was the one that excited me the most. After producing the prototype, I joined Milan Design Week 2018 with Cloudie. I’m planning to prepare it for sale in 2020. I recently won a furniture design competition for the 30th birthday of a private broadcasting organization. In autumn 2019, my work will be on display and selling in North Carolina/USA.”