Deniz Tunc has been creating her distinctive line of lighting, furniture and interiors since 2000. Whilst her designs speak not against globalism itself but against the uniforming nature of it, she provides alternatives to the international design world, incorporating eastern soul/an oriental spirit from Istanbul.
Her formal training in stage design and Industrial product design enables her to see interiors and objects from a different perspective and to design independently from current fashion trends.
Ambiance Consultancy idea is a natural extension of her stage design skills and one of her best qualities.
Apart from functionality, she gives utmost importance to the fact that her designs have a story to tell and are unique in style. Her aim is to create a unique self explaining way of all her designs with their personal ‘lived-in’ warm feeling. (Her aim is create designs that speak for themselves, and generate a personal ‘lived-in’ warm feeling.)
Each item within her collection incorporates a highly sculptural quality, and is a very distinctive and striking element of the space in which it occupies.
Deniz continues to design her lights and furniture with great passion and pleasure. She defines each piece as an unique jewel within the interiors in which they are installed.
With her “Amorph” and “Kinesis” collections her design line went from classical forms to new searches.
She consolidated her approach to more simplicity with her collection called “Neo Arrangements”.
The name of Deniz Tunc went over Turkey and decorated the interiors of London, Dubai, Algier, Moscow
With her collection called “Ad – less” she gave the first signs of her journey from ornaments towards simpler forms and textures.
She launched her “Kaldera”, “Honeycomb” and “Wave” series.
Her “Asymetric Symetry” collection was exhibited in Dubai.
She made the interior design of Kazan Restaurant in London.
2010 she moved to the very heart of Nişantaşı called Abdi Ipekci Street and enlarged her showroom
She was pregnant to her daughter Rüya (Dream) as she was designing the lights for the Dubai Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel.
Hotels, restaurants, club and luxury residences started to become decorated with her lights.
She joined the Dubai Index Exhibition with her collection called “Loop”.
Her ceiling light design dedicated to her born city “Istanbul” took its place between her master Works.
She received the price of “Best Light Designer of the year” from Elle Decor journal with her design called “Shahzadah “ (crown prince).
She lived in Vienna for a while. Her design called “Sadabad” ceiling light were born during her visits to Vienna flea markets.
The “Neo ottoman” style in decoration became remembered with her name.
2004 Her lights “Sultanate”, “Semazen”, “Hürrem”, “Harem” were first designs of her collection called “Reflections of Sultanate”.
In her interview with Maison Francaise in February, she criticised the minimalism impose of modern decoration understanding.
Emrah Kemaloğlu became partner of her private and business life
Her idea to divide the interiors with her screens aroused interest
Object and Interior Designer Deniz Tunc opened her first showrom in the design district of Istanbul called Nişantaşı
Her "Hilal–Crescent" wall light inspired from Chintemani ornament attracted attention