Kubra Ozturk

Architectural Designer

Kubra Ozturk

Architectural Designer

Figuratively, Kubra sees architecture through a lens that spans across three continents: Asia, Europe, and North America.  She received her bachelor’s degree in architecture from TED University in Ankara, with a minor degree in Communications and Media.  Her professional journey started when she worked as an entry-level architectural designer in Turkey where she specialized in architectural communications and public relations. She had roles across all stages of various projects in Europe and Middle East, and multiple residential interior design projects in the United States. 

This rich international exposure underpins Kubra’s natural ability to easily connect with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds as well as her capacity to see and communicate design from wider vantage point. She fulfills her constant yearning to elevate her craft as she works alongside the equally talented architects at M2. 

  • Education
  • Bachelor of Architecture, TED University, Ankara, Turkey, 2017 Honors
  • Minor Degree of Communication and Media, TED University, Ankara, Turkey, 2017 High Honors
  • Talk to me about….
  • Architecture, Eurovision, food, travel and cultures
  • Why architecture?
  • I always like how architecture combines art, science and technology. I believe architecture is an identity of cities and civilizations, as it shapes the cultures, it is being shaped by culture. That is why I always find it fascinating and it made me decide to study architecture.
  • What’s your hometown?
  • I was born and raised in Ankara, Turkey.
  • What is one accomplishment (personal or professional) that you are most proud of?
  • Right after I graduated, I worked on an invited competition project for a hospitality building for children with leukemia and we won the competition. The building is under construction right now.
  • What is the greatest risk you’ve taken?
  • Coming to the U.S alone and starting a new life.
  • People would be surprised to know…
  • I was studying economics and I left to study Architecture. I know how to drive stick-shift cars.
  • What is your favorite structure?
  • Axel Springer Campus by OMA.