Cem ERÖZÜ was born on 14.11.1963 in Nuremberg.

From 1975 to 1982 he attended the German School (İstanbul Erkek Lisesi). He completed his architectural studies at the Istanbul Technical University, Architecture Faculty with the highest degree. Then he continued his education with a master thesis on the cityscape of Bosporus at the same faculty.

In addition to his studies, he also attended the State Conservatory, where he played the flute.

During his PhD thesis on “Musical Relationships in the Architecture” at the Vienna Technical University, he worked with Prof. Martin KUBELİK, Prof. Dr. Paul NAREDI-RAINER and Prof. Dr. Georg LEHNER. With Prof. Dr. Werner SCHULZE he founded “The International Harmonious Centre” at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Besides, he could also expand his knowledge in various architectural offices, e.g. architectural office KLINGER, architectural office NIELSEN and architectural office CZERNIN.

After five years in Vienna, he returned to Turkey and started to work in the architectural office ERÖZÜ as a designer architect. In his professional life, Cem ERÖZÜ also spent 15 years teaching “Design, Basic Design and Technical Drawing” at the Faculty of Architecture of Istanbul Technical University.

He has given numerous lectures and seminars in Turkey and abroad.

While working at ERÖZÜ ARCHITEKTEN, he has carried out projects in many domestic and international tenders and won prizes.

Cem ERÖZÜ has 2 children and speaks fluently German and English.