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Sunis Residence in Antalya, Turkey by Alpugan Architects

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

Article source: Alpugan Architects 

The Sunis Residence in Antalya, designed by Alpugan Architects, offers a futuristic, flexible and sustainable living complex, with an approach based on historical, natural and physical parameters of the city, the relationship established with nature, and settlement decisions integrated with the ‘open green system’.

Image Courtesy © Alpugan Architects

  • Architects: Alpugan Architects
  • Project: Sunis Residence
  • Location: Konyaaltı-Antalya, Turkey
  • Investor: Turaçlar Group
  • Contractor: Turaçlar İnşaat
  • Total Construction Area: 25.368,42 sqm
  • Total Landscape Area: 6.527,20 sqm
  • Number of Houses: 152
  • Total Land: 14.666 sqm
  • Size of Houses: 100-800 sqm
  • Completion Date: September 2018


Ahk Kndu Villas in Antalya, Turkey by GAD Architecture

Friday, September 8th, 2017

Article source: GAD Architecture 


The stretch of land along Turkey’s Mediterranean coast that forms the modern city of Antalya has a long history of being a multicultural seaport. Though not formally organized as a true city until around 150 BC, the area was occupied and under the authority of great societies like the Hittites and Persians for nearly 2,000 years beforehand. As Alexander the Great moved east against the Persians and towards India, his armies took all of Anatolia, beginning the heavy and long standing Greek influence in Antalya. After Alexander’s death, his empire was notoriously divided amongst his four generals, leading to the establishment of the Kingdom of Pergamon in Asia Minor. One of the rulers from Pergamon’s Attalid Dynasty, King Attalus II, saw promise in the area and formally settled the city–hence it being named Attaleia in his honor–and making it the main base for his navy. Soon, the city was absorbed into the Roman Republic as part of their governed region Pamphylia.

Image Courtesy © Ali Bekman

  • Architects: GAD Architecture
  • Project: Ahk Kndu Villas
  • Location: Antalya, Turkey
  • Photography: Ali Bekman
  • Project Team: Nesime Onel, Mustafa Kemal Kayis, Göksen Gungor, Esra Esen, Durak Arikan, Semih Acar, Mert Turkozu, Yucel Demir, Yıldız Gergun
  • Furnished by: Armani Casa
  • Project Design: Gokhan Avcioglu & GAD
  • Construction type: Steel Construction + Concrete
  • Total Site Area: 28.000 m2
  • Total Construction Area: 35.000 m2
  • Completion date: 2017


Expo 2016 Antalya Observation Tower in Turkey by Nita Architects

Sunday, July 2nd, 2017

Article source:  Nita Architects

At the heart of Mediterranean, Antalya carries the trace of ancient history surrounded with a splendid natural beauty. With a prospective climatic state and an average temperature of 35°C and 300 day a year being sunshine, Antalya becomes one of the vibrant touristic city in the world.

Image Courtesy © Gürkan Akay

  • Architects: Nita Architects,(Serdar Kızıltaş, Z. Melike Atay Kızıltaş)
  • Project: Expo 2016 Antalya Observation Tower
  • Location: Antalya, Turkey
  • Photography: : Gürkan Akay
  • DesignTeam: Serdar Kızıltaş, Zeynep Melike Atay Kızıltaş
  • Project Team: Zeynep Hacıhanefioğlu
  • Consultation: Mehmet Keresteci(Mechanical Engineer), Gökhan Güvendiksoy (Facade Consultant)
  • Facade Engineering: Metal Yapı
  • Mechanical Engineer: TSO
  • Electrical Engineer: KEY
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1700 m²
  • Completion Year: 2016


Konyaaltı Residence in Antalya, Turkey by Engiz AE ltd

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Article source: Engiz AE ltd

A conceptual design for a 150 Apartment Residential Proposal in Konyaaltı Beach. 3 blocks at each floor, attached 2+1 in the middle and 3+1 apartments at the corners. Optionally, it becomes all 3+1 or 4+1 and 1+1.

Image Courtesy © Engiz AE ltd

Image Courtesy © Engiz AE ltd


  • Architects: Engiz AE ltd
  • Project: Konyaaltı Residence
  • Location: Antalya, Turkey


Antalya Green Hub in Turkey by Alper Derinboğaz, Salon

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

Recently Antalya is under a rapid transformation like many other cities in Turkey. These quick transformations usually aim segregated mediocre urban projects rather than balancing the benefits of different actors. Although there are many possibilities for a city like Antalya with much diverse qualities such as forests, sea, history, tourism and culture most of the renovation projects are enclosed mediocre worlds that rather try to exist within their limited environment.

Image Courtesy © Alper Derinboğaz, Salon

Image Courtesy © Alper Derinboğaz, Salon

  • Architects: Alper Derinboğaz, Salon
  • Project: Antalya Green Hub
  • Location: Antalya, Turkey
  • Total Project Area: 1.309.000 sqm
  • Construction Area: 1.627.000 sqm
  • Total Green Area: 260.584 sqm
  • Expected Project Start: September 2016
  • Expected Completion Dates: Semptenber 2018 (1. Stage) – June 2019 (2. Stage)
  • Software used: Rhino


Keptur Hotel & Convention in Antalya, Turkey by Engiz AE ltd

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

Article source: Engiz AE ltd

The location is an access into or exit from the city of Antalya. The environment is the pine forests of the city and also the industry zone. The requirements of the zone should have been well analysed through the planning process. The product is a 130-140 rooms capacity business hotel, with a well designed spa and convention hall. The scale of buildings not to exceed the pine trees silhouette and by the use of timber, glass and mirror, the architecture tried not to disturb the mood of nature with its horizontal lines, through transperency and reflection effects.

Image Courtesy © Engiz AE ltd

Image Courtesy © Engiz AE ltd

  • Architects: Engiz AE ltd
  • Project: Keptur Hotel & Convention
  • Location: Antalya, Turkey


PARKOPERA in Antalya,Turkey by Alper Derinboğaz, Salon

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

Article source: Alper Derinboğaz, Salon

PARKOPERA designed by Alper Derinboğaz founder of Salon is a cultural facility that coexist with neighborhood park between apartment blocks on a neighborhood scale giving opportunities and providing equipment to amateur and professional groups. The building is a center of attraction on the city scale especially for the west part of Antalya, which is full of residences and hotels, and it is offering a two-way cultural program while providing a venue and equipment for performances. This cultural program includes a show center, a studio, and an opera stage with a capacity for an opera of 400 on the one hand, and it also includes a multi-purpose lounge facing the park where the neighborhood finds its living space. The opera hall can meet the requirements for an opera with 400 audiences, three sided stages, an orchestra pit, a sofito, a service lounge, and stage elevators.

Image Courtesy © Alper Derinboğaz, Salon

Image Courtesy © Alper Derinboğaz, Salon

  • Architects: Alper Derinboğaz, Salon
  • Project: PARKOPERA
  • Location: Antalya, Turkey
  • Project Type: Cultural Facility
  • Design Team: Alper Derinboğaz, M. Arch – ITU – UCLA  (Team Leader),  Hakan Tüzün Şengün, M. Arch – ITU
  • Project Area: 8038 sqm
  • Software used: Rhino


ANTALYA CITY TENT in Turkey by Selim Senin

Thursday, November 12th, 2015

Article source: Selim Senin


Image Courtesy © Selim Senin

Image Courtesy © Selim Senin

  • Architects: Selim Senin
  • Location: ANTALYA, Turkey
  • Software used: Sketchup, Autocad, Photoshop, Vray  


Antalya Expo 2016 Observation Tower in Turkey by Selim Senin

Saturday, January 17th, 2015

Article source: Selim Senin

The stairs arranged for seeing site of expo is placed like mountain path.These stairs definitely aren’t trying to hide – they’re the most interesting element in the tower. Reminiscent of a climbing mountain, the stairs of circulation are balanced by the long cable structure.Circulation elements can act as urban focal points outside of where people can come walk and seeing. The symbolic observation tower is conceived as a round arch of steel structure with an open-air stairs at its body.The open-air stairs contains flexible walking path and terrace which are accessed via bazaar entrance.Walking downwards from the top through a continuous stair promenade, the visitors of the observation tower experience all of the building’s in a constant motion, while enjoying dynamic 360 degree views of the city of Antalya and the Expo landscape.

Image Courtesy © Selim Senin

Image Courtesy © Selim Senin

  • Architects: Selim Senin
  • Project: Antalya Expo 2016 Observation Tower 
  • Location: Antalya, Turkey
  • Software used: Sketchup, vray, autocad, photoshop


AQUARIUM in Antalya, Turkey by BKA / Bahadır Kul Architects

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Article source: BKA / Bahadır Kul Architects

The main design decisions of Antalya Aquarium project are determined with desire of vanishing in silhouette and creating harmony with topography. Pulling back of the ground floor, a shaded public area is created to beware from sun and profit from wind.  This shaded public area is the point of approach, gather and diffusion of the aquarium project. Also the shell of this area determines the information and fast-food areas, amphitheater and box office with its curves and waves.

Image Courtesy © Ket Kolektif

  • Architects: BKA / Bahadır Kul Architects
  • Project: AQUARIUM
  • Location: Antalya, Turkey
  • Photography: Ket Kolektif
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Construction period: 2011-2012
  • Site Area: 30.000 m2
  • Total Floor Area: 12.000m2
  • Client: Antalya Aquarium Company
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