Onur Ozkaya Industrial Design

Specialized in industrial design, Onur Ozkaya plays with aerial shapes for his creations.

Established in 2011, Onur Ozkaya is a London-based industrial designer whose work encompasses all fields of design, ranging from architecture through to interiors, furniture and industrial products. With a high commitment to innovative practice, teaching and design research, the practice explores each project with an uncompromising commitment to modernism.


Onur Ozkaya (British-Turkish, 1982) started experimenting with furniture and industrial design as an architecture student. His research and practice have been focusing on geometry, materials and complex manufacturing techniques to explore intelligent design solutions in our built environment. He completed his graduate degree at the Architectural Association, London after studying Interior Architecture in Turkey.

He worked at Foster + Partners, London from 2007 to 2009, specializing in developing advanced prototyping and manufacturing solutions on various projects. Since then, he worked across a wide range of disciplines, developing many consumer products from furniture to various architectural commissions.

He has lived and worked in Europe, mainly in London where he is now based. His recent clients include a broad range of international brands from furniture to architecture. In addition to his design practice, he has also been actively teaching at several institutions in U.K.

Onur is currently senior lecturer at Cambridge School of Arts, Interior Architecture at University of Brighton and Associate Lecturer at Chelsea College of Art, London.