Dincer graduated from Middle East Technical University (METU) Architecture Department in 2013 and received her master's degree from MArch Program in Architectural Design at Bilgi University in 2015. She has studied theory, criticism and design practice during her education and worked as student assistant in studio and theory classes while continuing the graduate school. She is working as editor in XXI Magazine.
As an international platform built on power of design, What Design Can Do sees design as a catalyst of change and regeneration while trying to find solution for today’s social problems
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What Design Can Do, an international design platform launched by designers from different disciplines, organized a challenge focused on refugees
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Architecture For+With+By Refugees is an open source online platform that explores and shows ideas, projects, buildings, workshops and open calls including refugees from worldwide
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