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Our company was established in 1978 to serve in the field of iron and metal processing, one of the most important materials of architecture.
We continue our activities in every field where iron and metal are used, from stairs to doors, from lighting products to furniture, from sculpture to artistic works.
Our most important difference that makes us preferred in the industry is our solution-oriented approach, from design to application processes, by combining the processing methods of metalworking such as forging, casting and machining with our technical knowledge and experience.
Our company is a fast, professional and creative team, as well as traditional craftsmanship production methods, with mass production capacity, not only in Turkey, has been preferred in many prestigious projects abroad.
Our company, which is the solution partner of distinguished designer, architect and construction companies with its successful works, also contributes significantly to the promotion of Turkish blacksmithing and Turkish craftsmanship to the world.
We have been invited to International Artist Blacksmith organizations since 2012 with our works that we carry from work to crafts, from crafts to art, and have been deemed worthy of many awards for their festivals and competitions.
Many different pricing strategies are applied in the sector in which we operate. Due to the nature of our profession, it is not possible to apply a fixed pricing strategy for studies with different products and different sensitivities. The price we demand is directly proportional to the precision of our workmanship and the quality of the service we provide.
When we have the chance to get to know our customer adequately, we have the opportunity to determine the best price for our products and customers by understanding their priorities, sensitivities, tastes, style and details of the project.
For both you and our valued customers, it would be the healthiest to visit our workshop for the smooth progress of the design and manufacturing process and for the most appropriate model, style and price study.
We always take the utmost care to agree and provide a reasonable number of services by putting ourselves in the shoes of our customers while asking the question of what would be the most reasonable price for me, taking into account the material, the total volume of work, total time spent, working conditions at the installation site and market conditions. .
In addition to transportation, accommodation and food and beverage expenses, we add the daily standard working fee for the assembly team for the assembly of our work outside the city and abroad.
Regarding the tonnage works called as rough work, we are pricing over the fair value determined by the Ministry of Public Works for that year in accordance with the job description.
Wrought iron; With its structural, functional and artistic features, it is one of the most important elements of architecture used in interior and exterior spaces. The art of wrought iron or metal decoration is based on basic principles and principles such as composition proportion, symmetry, balance. Metal decoration art, which has traditional, contemporary, national and classical concepts, is an art open to different design solutions and new technical inventions. However, the most common examples of iron decoration are seen in art nouveau and art deco style applications.
Elements such as doors, windows, balconies, stairs, porch, chandeliers, sconces, candlesticks, lanterns and floor lamps, camellias, gazebo, chairs, tables, coffee tables, benches, headboards, as well as the structural function of the wrought iron art are seen in artistic and aesthetic dimensions. .
For example, a wrought iron stair railing, which has an aesthetic function, besides its structural function, also creates good feelings besides its protective function. A wrought iron garden gate is representative of the values ​​of households and local people, as well as for protection purposes.
Among the best examples of wrought iron art are French Tijou’s works in England between 1689 and 1710, the wrought iron railings of the Quen church built by Poitesin and Flambard between 1738 and 1749, iron bars made by Jeanlamour for the Nancy Stanislas area between 1750 and 1758, and Trianon in France. The wrought iron stair handrails and iron railings made for the Compienge castle are among the masterpieces of the wrought iron art of the courthouse built by Bigonnet in 1785.
Even though hot forged iron work was preferred to cast iron, which was much cheaper for a while, thanks to the work of valuable craftsmen such as Boulanger, a good artist, forged ironwork was revived.
In the beginning of the XX century, Emile Robert skillfully exhibited Art nouveau ironworks, which he developed with inspiration from plant motifs and leaves.