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Beykoz is a district in Istanbul, Turkey. It is the first place where the Ottomans conquered Istanbul and has a rich history spanning three thousand years. In the nineteenth century, the production of Beykoz glassware was strongly supported by the Ottoman court in an effort to industrialise the city.
One of the characteristic product made in Beykoz glass workshops was the tulip vases. These Beykoz glass are internationally recognised for their luxury and craftsmanship and are now found only in museums and private collections.
The logo reflects this historical and cultural identity of the Beykoz Municipality. The geometry is inspired by the smooth and elegant profile of a vase whereas the font is inspired by the Art Deco movement.