Hello. This is Piknik.
Piknik is Electric Blue.Piknik is a multi-directional design studio based in İstanbul. Piknik aims to play acrobatics between boundaries of artarchitecture, and graphic fields as a practice feeds itself from the 21st Century's Creative Mechanics.

Piknik is an ongoing creative collaboration by
Oğul Öztunç and Atıl Aggündüz since 2016.

Long-Time Collaborators:
Melodi Gülbaba (Performative Drawing Project)
Burçe Gökhun (Assistant Architect)
Previous Collaborations
Apple, Google, İ.B.B., Nike, Arçelik, Vitra, Anadolu Efes, Colgate, Hypers, IKSV, Macro Center, Crossfingers, Arkitera, Swedish Institute, Blok Mekan, MSA, One Love Festival, Vogue - GQ Magazine, Pişir, Güllüoğlu, Jerusalem Design Week, HOI, Bubilet, Infotron, Pixery, Hillside Alarko Holding, Walkinn -Serenas Holding, Sneaks Up + Le Koko, Pizza Argentina, Vertical
[Adress]   Mimar Sinan Cd. 27 / Fatih- Istanbul
[Mail]     piknikworks@gmail.com
[IG]       piknik.works

News & Interviews
Designboom, VBenzeri, In-BetweenMimarizm, Bigumigu, Artful Living, Kültür.İstanbul, Mercado'Nobody Cares About Piknik' (Talk at Circle)

Oğul Öztunç
He graduated from the ITU Department of Architecture in 2014 with the Best Graduation Project Award. He was awarded the first prize in the Archiprix Graduation Projects Competition and the Travel Grant Award by HPP. After graduation, he had the opportunity to work at the Faculty of Architecture at Bilgi University until 2018 and was involved in architectural drawing and project studios. Within the scope of Piknik Works, he continues to work at the intersection of architecture, art, and graphic disciplines, well as he continues exploring new and uncharted territories with self-implemented research projects like Detectives of Everyday Life Urban Research Bureau, Encyclopedia of Spatial Pleasures, and Drawing-Building Experiments.

Atıl Aggündüz
He graduated from the ITU Department of Architecture in 2015 and won a total of 18 awards from national and international design competitions between 2012 and 2017. After receiving the Arkitera Travel Grant in 2016, he traveled to South America for research, and then left SO? Architecture, where he had worked for four years, in 2017 to become a lecturer at Kadir Has University's Faculty of Art and Design. For more than five years, he has been producing work in various fields with Piknik Works. In 2020, he completed a thesis-based master's degree in the ITU Architectural Design program. In addition to his work with Piknik, he also engages in works in different mediums such as set/stage design, and creative & art direction under the name of Panic.