Posts Tagged ‘Izmir’
Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016
Article source: M artı D Mimarlık
NEW GENERATION EDUCATION “ FACTORY” – SOCIABILITY GENERATING NICHES
Technical and Industrial High School building is located on one of typical parcels of grid-planned İzmir Atatürk Organised Industrial Zone. Rectangular, introverted boxes placed on rectangular parcels define settlement characteristic of organised industrial zone. Monotonuos character on third dimension is the result of introverted and uniform settlement of buildings located on a flat terrain. This industrial layout provides an introverted and an isolated life. Modern education vision requires interactive and motivating interior spaces. However, social and dynamic experience can’t be provided in this zone.
Image Courtesy © ZM YASA Photography
- Architects: M artı D Mimarlık
- Project: AOIZ Nedim Uysal Technical High School
- Location: IAOIZ, İzmir, Turkey
- Photography: ZM YASA Photography
- Architectural Design: Metin Kılıç, Dürrin Süer
- Project Team: Merih Feza Yıldırım, Serdar Uslubaş, Ali Can Helvacıoğlu, Damla Duru, Gizem Yazıcı
- Consultant: Deniz Güner
- Statical Project: Cemal Coşak, Mustafa Şahin
- Mechanical Project: Ekrem Evren
- Electrical Project: Namık Onmuş
- Client: Izmir Atatürk Organized Industrial Zone Management
- Construction Area: 13.697 m2
- Project Date: 2012
- Construction Date: 2014 – 2016
Thursday, September 15th, 2016
Article source: Erdil Construction
Half of the visible structure, is cantilevered by 8 meters. The superstructure is a 16 meter long by 7.5 meter wide concrete box with no columns or beams. The 520m2 land contains this very large house that only has a 64m2 footprint.
Image Courtesy © Erdil Construction
- Architects: Erdil Construction
- Project: Ma Vie La
- Location: Izmir, Turkey
- Software used: ARCHICAD
Friday, August 26th, 2016
Article source: Öney Architecture
The project facility is inside an integrated canned pickle factory production and storage complex of 72 acres land located in Kemalpasa district of Izmir, Turkey. The north-south axis orientation and the east façade shaped as an arc follows the stream path, the other facades are linear due to the lot’s perimeter. The main axis where the supplies are dropped off separates this area from the rest. During the design process the main two determinants were the climate conditions and the different user’s programmatic needs. Therefore, the interior organization and the general form of the multi functional administrative facility program is governed by these two. The organization of the complex including the main entrance of the facility, the security building, the parking lot, the product drop off and the social facility is re-designed to interconnect the programs. The disturbance on the south facade from direct sunlight during long summer hours affecting the comfort is eliminated through the use of concrete as the building’s structural support which is designed as a curtain wall system. The system is continuous all around and shadows the façade windows. The west facade is designed with a secondary wall layer creating limited visual access to the factory. The building is consisted of four levels; first floor, conference hall and meeting rooms, second floor, general offices, third floor, administrative offices, fourth floor, guest welcome area and common spaces, and the intermediate space becoming an interior garden.The internal spaces are flexible; the diversely programmed rooms are separated with demountable partitions which allows for future growth and change in the program needs. All the program volumes link andopento the centralatrium. Atrium space reaches until the ground level is used by multiple groups becoming both a socializing and relaxing space. It is also visible from all floors and isolates the staff from the industrial area.The vertical circulation, including the stairs and the elevator at the end of the atrium, is designed to have maximum transparency. During the use of the elevators, they are visible from all levels.
Image Courtesy © Öney Architecture
Thursday, May 5th, 2016
Article source: AUDB
The London based office AUDB has just completed a university classroom building in Izmir Turkey as a part of their on going commitment to research and development projects in the region. The building has also won the prestigious A Awards in April 2016.
Image Courtesy © Argun Tanriverdi
- Architects: AUDB
- Project: School of Foreign Languages
- Location: Izmir, Turkey
- Photography: Argun Tanriverdi
- Client: Izmir University of Economics
- Site Architect/project manager: Hüsnü Alpan
- Design Team: Yağmur Arıcı, Mehtap Altuğ
- Structural Engineers: Ardalı Ltd. Şti.
- Service Engineers:
- Electricity: Özyavru Ltd.Şti.
- Mechanics: Egetek Ltd. Şti.
- Main Contractor: Kuryap Ltd. Şti.
- Control: İzmir Ekonomi Üniversitesi Denetim Ekibi / Arch. Mehtap Altuğ, Civ. Eng. Berna Kaya, Elec. Eng. Tevfik Sungur, Mec. Eng. Nadir Tahta
Friday, February 12th, 2016
Article source: ATÖLYE Labs
Recognizing that the 21st Century promises new productive relationships between education, research, and industry, iDE EGE Technopark A. Ş. approached Atolye Labs about a facility to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and anchor the emerging technopark in the heart of Izmir, a bustling cosmopolis in Western Turkey. The resulting project repurposes 35 second hand shipping containers to form the centerpiece of a new, vibrant research community on the campus as well as to function as a creative magnet for talent in Ege University, Izmir and Aegean region at large.
Image Courtesy © Yerçekim Architectural
- Architects: ATÖLYE Labs
- Project: Container Park
- Location: Ege Üniversitesi Teknopark – İzmir, TURKEY
- Photography: Yerçekim Architectural
- Client: İDE EGE.TGB Teknoloji Geliştirme bölgesi A.Ş.
- Architectural Design team: Engin Ayaz, Nesile Yalçın, Nujen Acar, Elif Karaköse, Buşra Tunç, Berna Erenoğlu
- Project manager: Nesile Yalçın
- Interns: Begüm Ural, Batuhan Türker
- Visualization: Murathan Sırakaya, Gökhan Gürbüz
- Area: 1000 m2 total floor area
- landscaping: 800m2
- Timeline: October 2015
Sunday, January 24th, 2016
Article source: Onurcan Çakır
Barbaros House is located in Barbaros Village of Urla, İzmir. On the upper east side of the building site, the techno park area of Izmir Institute of Technology is located. While designing the house, the main idea was to achieve a silent living space in a natural environment. Local stone and reinforced concrete were used for the walls and structural system of this project. Both materials have high surface densities and thus provide good acoustic insulation.
Image Courtesy © Onurcan Çakır
- Architects: Onurcan Çakır
- Project: Barbaros House
- Location: Barbaros Village, Urla, İzmir, Turkey
- Site area: 375 sqm
- Building area: 83.3 sqm
- Project year: 2015
- Software used: SketchUp
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
Article source: Kreatif Architects
Torbalı is located about 40 km away from Izmir in southeast direction and does have very fertile agricultural lands. The city of ancient Metropolis in the Mediterranean climatic region was accepted as one of the famous Aegean wine centers, owing to the favorable geographical peculiarities during the ancient ages.
Image Courtesy © Cemal Emden
- Architects: Kreatif Architects
- Project: LA Winery
- Location: Torbali, Izmir, Turkey
- Photography: Cemal Emden
- Design Team: Aydan Volkan, Selim Cengic, Gorkem Volkan, Evren Yildirim, Ayse Akbas
- Structural Engineering: Bürostatik
- Mechanical Engineering: Tema Engineering
- Electrical Engineering: Enkom Engineering
- Client: LA Wines
- Covered area: 4.000m2
- Project start-end: 2010
- Construction start-end: 2012-2014
Wednesday, July 11th, 2012
Article source: YERce Architecture
Looking at the design and realization process of the project one can notice that the challenge was to build up the perception of a firm through the ‘atmosphere’ it has and the ‘activities’ it hosts; instead of adopting a design approach which focused only on product display and aimed for a space with only showroom function.
Space (Image Courtesy Emin Emrah YERCE)
- Architects: YERce Architecture
- Project: OrfiSera
- Location: Izmir, Turkey
- Client: Orfis Orçelik Office Furniture
- Project year: 2011
- Architect: YERce Architecture, Nail Egemen YERCE
- Lighting design: YERce Architecture, Nail Egemen YERCE
- Electrical engineer: Orfis Orçelik Office Furniture
- Mechanical engineer: Orfis Orçelik Office Furniture
- Construction: Nano Buildings, Hilmi Aydın NİĞDELİ
- Landscape design: Nesil Landscape, Hakan ERDOĞAN
- Photographer: Emin Emrah YERCE