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Murat Gedik Chinte ottoman Multifunctional sectional ottoman
Chinte ottoman Multifunctional sectional ottoman is Iron Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Award Category.
Chinte ottoman Multifunctional sectional ottoman

Inspired by cultural motif chintemani and worldwide used ottomans named after its birth place, the idea of combination and syntesis of both was born. Chinte ottoman can be produced in countless different colour combinations, in different sizes and from many different materials from marble to wood for the innermost part and for the rest from fabric to felt and leather. Due to its sectional mechanism, it can be used seperately if needed. The innermost part made of wood or fabric provides storage space inside for magazines, books etc or scattered things around that should be quickly out of sight.

Chinte ottoman Multifunctional sectional ottoman
Murat Gedik Chinte ottoman
Murat Gedik Multifunctional sectional ottoman
Murat Gedik design
Murat Gedik design
Murat Gedik

Born in 1972 in Istanbul, Turkey, Murat Gedik studied Construction Painting. Since graduation, he has worked for several reputable architecture firms. He designs architectural futuristic concepts, high-rise buildings, future warships and automobiles as a freelance designer. One of his automobile designs was awarded 2nd place in category 'Ergonomy' in last year's car design contest held by Automotive Exporters Association, in Turkey. His architectural concept design project named ‘Xcept’ was published in a notable Turkish architecture magazine called ‘Tasarım’ in May 2008, 181th edition. He continues his designs in different fields both domestic and international.

Murat Gedik

Born in 1972 in Istanbul, Turkey, Murat Gedik studied Construction Painting. Since graduation, he has worked for several reputable architecture firms. He designs architectural futuristic concepts, high-rise buildings, future warships and automobiles as a freelance designer. One of his automobile designs was awarded 2nd place in category 'Ergonomy' in last year's car design contest held by Automotive Exporters Association, in Turkey. His architectural concept design project named ‘Xcept’ was published in a notable Turkish architecture magazine called ‘Tasarım’ in May 2008, 181th edition. He continues his designs in different fields both domestic and international.