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Interim Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture

Ozge Sade Mete



Ozge is an architectural history and theory scholar. Her teaching and research explore contemporary issues like feminism, globalization, and identity politics as they relate to interior architecture and design. With her history of interior architecture and object courses and studio involvement, Ozge supports interior architecture design projects by facilitating student research, reading, and writing on the social context of design problems.

Ozge’s doctoral dissertation analyzed the archaeological and ethnographic museums in Turkey within the context of the politics of memory and identity in the region. Ozge has published articles in peer-reviewed academic journals including The International Journal of Islamic Architecture and New Perspectives on Turkey and in others both in English and Turkish. She also presented her work in academic conferences such as the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH), College Art Association (CAA), International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE), and Middle East Studies Association (MESA). Ozge got research awards from Koc University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations and SALT in Istanbul.


PhD, Built Environment
University of Washington

MS, History of Architecture
Istanbul Technical University

BA, Architecture
Istanbul Technical University