Arman Suciyan was born in 1972, and grew up in Istanbul, Turkey. He first began his career as a goldsmith apprentice in a workshop, in the covered Bazaar at age 15.

In 1988, he was accepted to work alongside Misak Toros, who represented the fourth generation of a Turkish Armenian family, with a long‐standing heritage of fine jewelry design and production. There, he was introduced to traditional skills of fine jewelry making, as well as to a strong architectural approach, and a sense of rigor from design to completion. Specifically, Arman perfected the art of wax carving and modelling, which he had begun exploring as an apprentice in the Bazaar.

In 1994, after spending years at bench, he went on to attend the prestigious Kent Institute of Art & Design. Within his first year, he started to work for British Jeweler, Stephen Webster. Upon graduating, he then joined his small team of specialist craftsmen, as a fulltime goldsmith and wax modeler. After ten years working amongst Stephen Webster's team, he became one of Stephen's greatest resources in modelling some of his most elaborate figurative pieces.

Since 2004, Arman has been elaborating his own designs. After a few years spent in Milan, Arman returned to Istanbul in 2008, to fully dedicate himself to his craft. His collections are bold ,working mostly with silver, in combination with bronze and gold, his heart and expertise lies in carving and modelling, rendering pieces that are sculptural in nature.

Arman has received various awards by the Goldsmiths Craft Council, as well as the prestigious DeBeers Jewelry Design Award.