Yazgan Design Architecture was presented to the students of architecture though diverse conferences held at the universities in various cities of Turkey.
The first one was on 9 December 2009 in Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey. Kerem Yazgan hosted the event at Kubbealtı Hall. He introduced MODSIM Research and Simulation Center building to the audience. After the meeting, the audience visited the building, which is located at the Technopark of METU under Kerem Yazgan's supervision.
The second one was in Başkent University Hall, Ankara, Turkey, on April 2010. Kerem Yazgan, which was one of the guest speakers at the event, briefly presented the recent works of Yazgan Design Architecture to the audience. He emphasizes how the ideas he developed in his PhD thesis, “Designography of Architecture”, was reflected to his work.
The third one was on 20 April 2010 at Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey. After a brief presentation of the firm, Kerem Yazgan spoke on the ways in which his thoughts on design find a place in his architectural products.
The fourth one was at the Chamber of Architects Meeting Hall in Denizli, Turkey, on 24 September 2010. In the conference, Kerem Yazgan mentioned that his research on “design acts” for his PhD thesis helped in developing a design approach in which he applied in various projects realized in Yazgan firm.
The fifth one was on 7 October 2010, at Konak Atatürk Cultural Center in Izmir, Turkey. Kerem and Begüm Yazgan presented their ideas that shape their design philosophy. Kerem Yazgan briefly mentioned about the systematics of his design theory under the title “Designography”, the same label of his doctoral thesis that was completed in 2003. He gave examples on the ways in which he applied his theory in various projects completed in Yazgan Design Architecture. Begüm Yazgan spoke on the ideas of landscaping regarding the aforementioned projects.
The sixth one was on 13 May 2011, at Gazi University Yükseliş Hall, Ankara, Turkey. Kerem Yazgan mentioned about his practices on “design process” and answered the questions addressed by the students within “Was a dream…then? Conversations” activity which is coordinated by the students of Department of Architecture.