Rem Mimarlık is established in 1989 by Recep Esengil, Zeynep Esengil joined as partner in 2011 and Ali Olgu Ceylan joined the group as partner in 2018.Our activity area covers a wide spectrum such as architectural projects, interior architecture, conservation and renovation projects in historical context. Regardless of scale and subject, we accept every design problem as its own new situation and beginning, and we reject stereotyped solutions, temporary tastes and fashion approaches. Our approach that focuses on location-specific conditions, nature and human beings determines our original design process together with our intuition, knowledge and experience. What makes our design product a unique solution stems from the richness of this process.
Searching for new knowledge, creativity and respect to environment and cultural values constitute the foundation of our architecture and our culture.Since 1990, the office also acts as the Regional Coordinator of ÇEKÜL.
Recep Esengil, Architect
1971-1975 Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) Ankara State Academy of Architecture (ADMMA) Architecture, Department of Architecture, Ankara.
1989-1992 Part-Time Lecturer in Akdeniz University, Vocational School of Technical Sciences.
2003- 2009 Part-Time Lecturer in Akdeniz University Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of
Interior Architecture and Environmental Design.
2011– .... Executive Council Member of The Local Agenda 21, Antalya
2001-2011 Head of the Development and Planning Group on The Local Agenda 21, Antalya.
2004-2010 Member of Honor in the Chamber of Architecture,
2000-2002 President of Perge Rotary Club,
1998 - Coordinator of West Mediterranean Region of ÇEKÜL
1998-2002 Chief of the Chamber of Architects, Antalya,
1995-1996 Membership of Central Executive Committee and General Accountant,
2006- Süleymaniye Neighborhood Renovation and Restoration Project, “Being Gained the
Cultural Values of Akseki-İbradı Catchment Area to Tourism”, collaboration with ÇEKÜL, Akdeniz University, Chamber of Architects Antalya Branch.
2003-2006 Akseki Summer School, “Being Gained the Cultural Values of Akseki-İbradı Catchment
Area to Tourism”, collaboration with ÇEKÜL, Akdeniz University, Chamber of Architects Antalya Branch.
2005 Kaş Harbour and its Surrounding Rehabilitation and Renovation Project, collaboration with ÇEKÜL.
2000 Kuşadası Barbaros Boulevard and Aslanlar Street Renovation and Restoration Project, collaboration with ÇEKÜL and Chamber of Architects Antalya Branch.
2001 Sarıhacılar Neighborhood Renovation and Restoration Project; “Being Gained the Cultural Values of Akseki-İbradı Catchment Area to Tourism”, collaboration with ÇEKÜL and Chamber of Architects Antalya Branch.