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Konya City Stadium in TURKEY by Bahadır Kul Architects

Saturday, February 21st, 2015

Article source: Bahadır Kul Architects

Konya City Stadium is located on the north of the city, 9 km away from the city center on an area of 450,000 m2. A sports hall, swimming pool, veledrom and a concourse is also available on the site plan. The transportion is provided by the railway system, private vehicles and public transport. Konya City Stadium, is designed with an approach of harmonizing the cultural codes with contemporary structure.  The exterior of the structure is in white-green colors which symbolizes the city football team.

Image Courtesy © KetKolektif

Image Courtesy © KetKolektif

  • Architects: Bahadır Kul Architects
  • Project: Konya City Stadium
  • Location: Konya, TURKEY
  • Photography: KetKolektif
  • Software used: Autocad, Photshop and sketch up
  • Client: Konya Metropolitan Municipality
  • Projet Year: 2012
  • Construction period: 2013-2014
  • Capacity: 38.000 kişi
  • Site Area: 250.000 m2
  • Total Floor Area: 90.000 m2
  • Project Type: Spor

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SAVOY ULUS in İstanbul, Turkey by Autoban

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

Article source: Autoban

Developed by Çarmıklı-Saruhan corporation, Savoy Ulus is a residential complex that consists of various types of apartments all designed to satisfy different types of living. With its modern architectural style, as well as exquisite services and facilities, the project breathes new life to the upscale Ulus area, a hilltop district of Istanbul that is home to many apartment complexes built back in the 80s and 90s.

LIBRARY AT THE CLUBHOUSE LOUNGE, Image Courtesy © Autoban

LIBRARY AT THE CLUBHOUSE LOUNGE, Image Courtesy © Autoban

  • Architects: Autoban
  • Project: SAVOY ULUS
  • Location: İstanbul, Turkey

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Halimoglu Fasarit Head Office and Showroom Interior Design in Istanbul, Turkey by YEGENA

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Article source: YEGENA

The initial idea of the showroom design realized for Halimoglu-fasarit paint company  is constructed on the giant ”eggs” that are installed into the venues. Cross-sections which are created by elliptical paraboloids over hanging from the venue, with each other and with the venue itself , constitutes the main character of the design. The distinct difference which is seen between the showroom and the working spaces outside of it , ensures impressive appearance of the repetitive spinal column at the transitional areas. The color input coming from the paint origin of Halimoglu Company, is expressed by spreading a 3 dimensional rainbow into the venue.

Image Courtesy © YEGENA

Image Courtesy © YEGENA

  • Architects: YEGENA
  • Project: Halimoglu Fasarit Head Office and Showroom Interior Design
  • Location: Tarabya, Istanbul, Turkey
  • TOTAL AREA: 225 m2
  • EMPLOYER: Halimoglu Fasarit Paint Company
  • Team: M.Baris Yegena, Ozge Ozkul

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Kalekent in ISTANBUL, TURKEY by RSG

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Article source: RSG

The ideology behind the convertible interior design is to remove people from the crowdedness of Beylikduzu into a relaxing atmosphere where the families move freely in the sales office. Our client aim is to build a housing complex with an earth and nature friendly lifestyle by considering aesthetic values. Our main criteria in designing the interior of the complex were that the building excels in the structure and position of the functional layout together with smooth circulation organization.

Image Courtesy © CUMHUR AYGUN

Image Courtesy © CUMHUR AYGUN

  • Architects: RSG
  • Project: Kalekent
  • Location: ISTANBUL, TURKEY
  • Photography: Cumhur Aygun
  • Software used: Autocad lt, 3dsmax, v-ray, photoshop
  • Creative Director: Didem Guven
  • Art Director: Didem Guven
  • Designer(s): Didem Guven
  • Client: Liv Yapi / Gul Yapi / 3S Kale
  • Design Year: 2013

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“Building at Beylikdüzü” in Istanbul, Turkey by YEGENA

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Article source: YEGENA

The building at Beylikdüzü / İstanbul was designed in 2011. Starting point of this design was the segmentation of a rectangular prism whose size is at maximum allow able by local zoning regulations, by load-bearing walls. After this first design step, while these load-bearing walls form the balconies on the building block , they also establish the facade of the building by back and forth free and independent movements between floors. This secondary and final step is  perceived especially from perspective views and constitutes an irregular repetition array. Although started with a regular geometry, by the help of this irregular repetition array , the desired attractive irregular rhythm is achieved.

Image Courtesy © YEGENA

Image Courtesy © YEGENA

  • Architects: YEGENA
  • Project: “Building at Beylikdüzü”
  • Location: 151 Block  2 Lot Concept Suggestion / Beylikduzu, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Software used: Sketch up, ACAD, 3D Studio & Photoshop
  • TEAM: M.Baris Yerena, Nurhan Kucukkaya, Kamil Sarsilmaz, Burak Cakiltas
  • EMPLOYER: Liv Construction Co.
  • TOTAL CONSTRUCTION AREA: 26.560 m2
  • DATE: September 2011

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LA Winery in Izmir, Turkey by Kreatif Architects

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

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

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Kilic Ali Pasa Hamam in Istanbul, Turkey by Cafer Bozkurt Architecture

Friday, January 30th, 2015

Article source: Cafer Bozkurt Architecture

The Kılıç Ali Paşa Hamam was constructed in 1580 by Master Architect Sinan, on behalf of Ottoman Admiral Kılıç Ali Paşa as part of a larger ‘külliye’ complex, in the Tophane district of Istanbul. As the physical manifestation of a unique period in the historical harbor of the Ottoman imperial city, the Kılıç Ali Paşa hamam has become not only part of public space again in the Tophane area, but also part of an overall revitalization of a previously derelict area in the city. 430 years of layered materials and debris, literally ‘embalming’ the surfaces and ‘burying’ the structure, had to be removed in order to identify and restitute the original Sinan building, thus relinking this 1st degree historical monument back to its origins.

General View of the Hamam, Image Courtesy © Cengiz Karliova

General View of the Hamam, Image Courtesy © Cengiz Karliova

  • Architects: Cafer Bozkurt Architecture
  • Project: Kilic Ali Pasa Hamam
  • Location: Tophane, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Photography: Ahmet ERTUG, Cengiz KARLIOVA, Oguz MERIC, Ergin IREN, Sibel OZKARS
  • Total Site Area: 865 m2
  • Total Floor Area: 935 m2
  • Year of Design: 2006-2009
  • Year of Construction: 2009-2011
  • Project Team: Sibel OZKARS, Architect; Defne BOZKURT, Architect, Archaeologist; Hasan YIRMIBESOGLU, Architect; Vedat KAYA, Draughtsman

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Kayseri Chamber of Commerce in Turkey by SELIM SENIN

Friday, January 30th, 2015

Article source: SELIM SENIN

Building serves all trades in the city where decisions are taken about the tradesmen. So the assembly hall was designed in the form of roof.
Assembly hall is located at a point in defining dominate at the highest level.

Image Courtesy © Selim Senin

Image Courtesy © Selim Senin

  • Architects: SELIM SENIN
  • Project: Kayseri Chamber of Commerce
  • Location: Kayseri, Turkey
  • Software used: Sketchup, Vray, Autocad, Photoshop

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Göcek Portville in Fethiye, Turkey by Cemal Mutlu Architects

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Article source: Cemal Mutlu Architects

The project was prepared in 1999 and constructed in 2007. At the time of the design, regional plan regulations on building local style were strict and most of the architectural elements ere dictated. Working within these limitations, we had to take the Muğla residential style as reference, that was never applied within the Göcek area. The site plan was partially developed with HOK. Considering the land’s flat surface, high water table and existence of the marina in a short distance, formation of channels seemed to be evident during design process. The water channels, serves as a means a means of transport to the open sea and allows the cool breeze into the development while giving different vistas to the shore and the neighboring forest.

Image Courtesy © Cemal Mutlu Architects

Image Courtesy © Cemal Mutlu Architects

  • Architects: Cemal Mutlu Architects (Ali Derya Mutlu)
  • Project: Göcek Portville
  • Location: Fethiye, Turkey
  • Software used: Autocad, CorelDRAW, Photoshop, Sketchup

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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

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