Beril Sarısakal

Research Assistant​


Beril Sarısakal received her undergraduate degree from Istanbul Technical University’s Department of Architecture, during which she studied at Universität der Künste Berlin for a year within the Erasmus Programme. In 2016, she graduated as the valedictorian from her faculty at I.T.U. She began her Master’s degree on late Ottoman and early Republican era architectural practices in the Architectural History Programme at I.T.U. in the same year and completed her studies with her thesis “An Antiquarian in Edirne: Tosyavizade Doctor Rifat Osman” in 2019. Between 2016 and 2017, she worked at SALT Research as a research assistant on various artists’ and architects’ archives on documenting the design history of 20th century Turkey. She has been working as a research assistant in the Department of Architecture at MEF University Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, since September 2017.

Selected Projects

with Fabio Alampi, Francesca Ambrosi, Giulia Benedetti, Cristina Gaspari, Davide D'agostino, Gamze Kaya

First Prize - Piranesi Prix de Rome

shortlisted in the first twenty at Chambord Inachevé International Architectural Competition

with FADA Design Lab

paper presented at 1st National Architecture and Urban Planning Graduate Symposium, 2019

published in Mimarlık (No.405) 2019

with Burcu Serdar Köknar, Ozan Avcı, Başak Eren

MEF FADA Design and Build! Studio Projects

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