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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

The Human Factor | Kale @ UNICERA 2015 in Istanbul, Turkey by Paolo Cesaretti Architetto

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Paolo Cesaretti Architetto

With the aim of displaying six real size bathrooms we decided to design each of them inspired to a human type – the family, the intellectual couple, the ecologist couple, the designer, the manger, the fashion addict – thus creating the conditions to imagine and represent taste and inclinations of the owner/s.

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

  • Architects: Paolo Cesaretti Architetto
  • Project: The Human Factor | Kale @ UNICERA 2015
  • Location: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Photography: Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography
  • Client : Kale Grubu
  • Design : Paolo Cesaretti
  • Design team : Paolo Cesaretti, Debora Palmieri, Rami Bouchedid, Manuela Mottareale, Claudia Astarita (visual design), Fulvia Carmagnini and Laura Mauceri (styling)
  • Trade event : Unicera 2015
  • Area:  250 sqm

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Combining the different bathrooms we gave shape to an architectonic place characterized by a urban feel and organized around a central courtyard. White smooth day-lighting coming from the backlit ceiling, wide informal seating steps and vertical grids of greenery were the features of this exterior-like space intended as a lounge area.

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Contrasting with the linear Cartesian geometry of the spaces, the visual design brought in a bit of pop irony, using handwritten font and contrasting bright colors as attracting visual elements.

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

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