Ali Cindoruk focuses on interdisciplinary design that often combines experimentation, research, conceptual, functional and collective practices into one process. Prior to Istanbul, he has lived and worked in New York for 10+ years. His core practice generally involves identity programs, naming, positioning, communication, product and environmental design, wayfinding, exhibition design and art projects. He has been a participant at local and international workshops and exhibitions. Ali’s work has been recognized by awards and featured in publications in the US, Europe and Japan. A 1989 graduate of Industrial Design Department from METU, Ankara, he completed his masters degree in 1993 in graphic design at Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey.

Founded Khora collaborative practice with Aslihan Demirtas in 2011.

Past and current clients and collaborations include:

Istanbul
Alt Sanat Mekani, Aslihan Demirtas Mimarlik, Tasarim ve Arastirma Studyosu, Bent Sanatci Kitaplari (Bent Artists' Books), Bianet, Bentcam, Bomontiada, CBRE, Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair, Divan Brasserie, Ekoyol, Eti, Ev+ Mutfak, FAI, Galeri Mana, Goethe Institut, Habita co-working, Halep Pasaji (Istiklal Caddesi), Komsu Firin, IKSV, Mezzaluna Express, Muzipo Kids, Renault, SALT / Garanti Kültür, Schneider Electric, Skoda, DDF for Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Ulusal Süt Konseyi, Yedikule Bostanlari Koruma Girisimi.

New York and International
Balbal Corporation, Belmont Freeman Architects, Bumble and bumble, Adnan Yildiz (curator) for Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Spain, Ovul Durmusoglu (curator) for GAMEC, Bergamo, Italy, Cliff Freeman Agency for Mohegan Sun, Fashion.net, JWT for Merrill Lynch, Industrial Designers Society of America - New York Chapter, LUMBARDHI Foundation, Kosovo, Municipal Art Society of New York, NATAP, Oki-ni, Pastanza, Sony Music, Vogue (French edition), ZJ for Zeecooks.