Kaan Çetinkaya graduated from Bilkent University in Ankara / Turkey. Founded in 1997 by Kaan Çetinkaya, Han Architectural Design continues its presence in numerous innovative projects as Space Architects & Designers, a brand name it officially registered due to its relations with international firms at the time. The architects, interior designers, landscape architects and project managers at Space serve their clients in professional teams for analyzing lands and sites, fixing the correct concepts and planning, implementing the ideas of the projects, and project management.
Basing his designs each time on a particular theme and philosophy, Kaan Çetinkaya creates structures and interiors that have stories of their own. SPACE, has lastly returned with the best hotel interior design award from the International Property Awards competition in London, co-sponsored by The Telegraph newspaper, where various projects around the world are participating.SPACE received this award with the Hilton Double Tree Piyalepaşa project, an investment in Ofton construction, which he designed all interior spaces of 15,000 m2. Kaan Çetinkaya emphasized that the Hilton Double Tree Piyalepaşa project, which opened in 2015, made a difference and that it was carefully designed and implemented within the theme of each part because of making the difference in front of other hotel projects and carrying an artistic personality and soul on the whole.
A different project by Kaan Çetinkaya is Park One in Uskumruköy which is awarded by European property awards2011.The main goal to be achieved by the design of this particular project is a balanced combination of modern living with the gifts of nature in an area that has become home to a fast growing construction industry. The project involves buildings differing in volume and size, using an unconventional architectural design to create zones with eccentric light illusions. The forests in the area are a source of inspiration for the wide usage of transparent materials, and the inclusion of landscape design in the interiors. The architectural forms and details to be used all stem from the forms that exist in nature.