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Blu Clinic in İstanbul, Türkiye by AAD Architects

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2023

Article source: AAD Architects

AAD Architects undertook the design of Blu Clinic, an aesthetic center with an area of 18,000 square meters in Vadi Istanbul, where Istanbul’s most prestigious projects and living spaces are located.

Blu Clinic, among the aesthetic medicine centers, has the distinction of being the first and only complex medical center in Turkey, with an area of 18.000 square meters. The location of the project is in the region where the most prestigious projects and living spaces of Istanbul.

Image Courtesy © Aslı Akbulut

  • Architects: AAD Architects
  • Project: Blu Clinic
  • Location: İstanbul, Türkiye
  • Photography: Aslı Akbulut
  • Client: Abdulaziz Balvi, Fadıl Balvi
  • Total Construction Area: 18.000 sqm
  • Project Year: 2022


Hair of Istanbul Hair Transplant Clinic in Turkiye by Slash Architects

Monday, March 6th, 2023

Article source: Slash Architects

“Hair of Istanbul” Hair Transplant Clinic is an 450 sqm interior design project located in Yalı Ataköy Complex in Istanbul, Turkey. Two flats in the third floor of a residence building are merged for the clinic.

To create a technological healing place, concept of the clinic design is wrapped around an idea of “digital forest”. These two seemingly conflicting themes are brought together to support each other in the design. As a result of being a health center the feeling of a sterile environment is established with a minimalistic approach shaped around the concept of “flat design”, easy-to-clean surfaces, and the use of white color in different materials. The use of technology with elements such as sensor doors, mirror screens, video walls have also been integrated into the project to support the operation of a modern health facility.

Image Courtesy © Alt Kat Architectural Photography

  • Architects: Slash Architects
  • Project: Hair of Istanbul Hair Transplant Clinic
  • Location: Atakoy, Istanbul, Turkiye
  • Photography: Alt Kat Architectural Photography
  • Design Team: Şule Ertürk, Gizem Şahin, Nergis Kahraman, Ghita Zerrouk
  • Construction Project Team: Gizem Şahin, Tolga Korkmaz, Shawki Alhamidi
  • Main Contractor: Aks Architecture Construction Company
  • Scale: 450 m2
  • Phase: Completed, 2022


House in the Woods in Istanbul, Turkey by Ofist

Thursday, June 2nd, 2022

Article source: Ofist

Creating a balance between the surrounding nature and the family’s hectic, busy and urban life, House in the Woods was designed by the Istanbul-based interior design studio Ofist with using simple, familiar materials and meticulous implementations.

One of the wooden houses of Kemer Country premises in Istanbul, House in the Woods was over modernized, disconnected from its surroundings, and lost its connection with the habitat. Ofist’s involvement had started at the beginning of the pandemic, as the clients had to move in a very short period, like one month.  Naturally, Ofist’s approach was to avoid too much interference with the infrastructure. Instead, the focus has been on clever touches and personalizing the house for its new residents. It was aimed to create a balance between the surrounding nature and the family’s hectic, busy, urban life.

Image Courtesy © Ali Bekman

  • Architects: Ofist
  • Project: House in the Woods
  • Location: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Photography: Ali Bekman
  • Project Date: 2020


Emirgan House in İstanbul, Turkey by Salt Architecture and Design

Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Article source: Salt Architecture and Design

This project is located in a family house in Emirgan, Istanbul. It involves the design and the application of 3 different major spaces in which kids’ & teen’ room and teen’ bathroom.

This boutique project design aims to be used in childhood & adulthood periods with a new and livable space. On the other hand, “being motivating and bond strengthing for utilisation” was prioritised in the manner of daily habitats and aesthetics concerns for users.

Image Courtesy © Hacer Bozkurt


NC Clinic in Istanbul, Turkey by ONUR KARADENIZ ARCHITECTS

Saturday, November 13th, 2021


Onur Karadeniz Architects redefines the perception of a traditional clinic design by it’s latest completed project ‘NC Clinic’.

Commissioned by a very famous doctor, the space is intended to be used as a clinic, education center and an office. The space is once used as an architectural office with an open office plan with no walls. The client requested to divide the inner space into two offices, a photography, a meeting and three surgery rooms. Henceforth, the open office plan is divided into three parts collected around at an entrance lobby. At the right, offices; at the back, the general amenities and on the left, the clinic rooms.




Monday, October 25th, 2021


Bukhari House is located in Istanbul and designed to be a farm house near the outskirts of the city. The house is named after the client’s surname. At the beginning, there was two separate old houses located at the site. The two-tstory house to be used as the main building and the other will serve as a guest house and will be designed later. The roof and the second floor of the existing two-story house is completely demolished and a new addition is laid right next to the existing one. A new steel roof system is designed to integrate the two structures (existing to be masonry and the new addition to be concrete).


  • Project: BUKHARI HOUSE
  • Location: İstanbul, Turkey
  • Constructıon Area: 450m2
  • Year: 2018-9



Friday, August 27th, 2021

Article source: URBANJOBS

Urbanjobs, has designed 14.000 square meter complex office interior for Assembly Buildings.

The layout was designed for Assembly Buildings that offers high segment shared office systems and accordingly deals utterly with the mutual working spaces, special suites, activity and social areas, and provides service not only for central offices but also for many high segment accommodation facilities in Istanbul.

The area of 14.000 m2 designed by Urbanjobs was planned to form a “building community” incorporating the most extensive facilities in Istanbul. It has become a presence comprising of various venues and areas to be used simultaneously by thousands of renters, with its floor plans following an ideational and practical design process of 1 year, as well as the designed lifestyle.

Image Courtesy © URBANJOBS

  • Architects: URBANJOBS
  • Location: Istanbul
  • Client: Assembly Buildings & İş Portföy
  • Design Team: Murat Dede, Gizem Korkmaz, Hakan Yardım, Esra Saklı, Ufuk Seçgel, Zuhal Şenel, Yasin Gezgiç
  • Lighting Design: Planlux
  • Project Management: Cushman & Wakefield
  • Construction Area: 14.000 m2


Ulupinar Textile Headquarters Showroom in İstanbul, Turkey by Zemberek Design

Thursday, May 27th, 2021

Article source: Zemberek Design

To detach the users from the chaotic city life was intended by enriching the experience with fluid circulation which is created with preferring organic forms in construction elements and the feeling of “serenity” that accompanies. Also, flexible usage of the custom-designed movable furniture modules procures the variable space perception and perspectives in the project, which was designed by Zemberek Design for a well-established textile company, Ulupınar Tekstil.

Image Courtesy © Ibrahim Ozbunar

  • Architects: Zemberek Design
  • Project: Ulupinar Textile Headquarters Showroom
  • Location: İstanbul, Turkey
  • Photography: Ibrahim Ozbunar
  • Client: Ulupınar Tekstil
  • Design Team: Basak Emrence, Safak Emrence, Ece Ilgın Avcı, Murat Çakan, Fatma Altıntas, Ayse Aybüke Samast, Siar Aras Sahin
  • Project Area: 1070 m²
  • Design and Construction Year: 2020 – 2021


Beymen Group in İstanbul, Turkey by Yalin Tan + Partners

Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

Article source: Yalin Tan + Partners

The workplace for Beymen, Turkey’s luxury retailer, occupies the whole building in Vadi Istanbul complex, providing workplaces for Beymen Group brands and their team members, including designers, sales-managers, market analysts and IT-professionals. Each floor of a 10 storey building is occupied by a separate brand or department. At the main entrance on the ground floor the reception desk with lounge seating and meetig spaces are located to accomodate the visitors. Bespoke wall panelling around the reception area mimics the folds of the fabric and supports the design narrative created for the workplace of the retail brand. The shared cafeteria for all team members offering various group seating arrangements is situated on the basement floor.

Image Courtesy © Ibrahim Ozbunar


Meltem Beach & Rooms / Renovation Project in Istanbul, Turkey by THECATWORK

Wednesday, December 30th, 2020

Article source: THECATWORK

The building, which was started to be built as a camping area in 1975 and differentiated by articulation over time, was re-functionalized and designed by THECATWORK to meet the needs of the today by preserving its existing mass.

Currently, the structure, which is located in an area where the distance between the Europe-Istanbul road and the Marmara Sea coastline is narrowing, is placed on the parcel perimeters and consecutively. The structure, which is shaped over the formation of a wide inner courtyard / corridor opening to the sea between these two lines, has taken its final form by being supported by gazebos and hard floor courtyards attached to the front of the rooms over time.

Image Courtesy © THECATWORK

  • Architects: THECATWORK
  • Project: Meltem Beach & Rooms / Renovation Project
  • Location: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Design Team: Büşra KOÇAK, Berk ARİNÇ
  • Client: ARNC
  • Area: 1000m2
  • Completion Year: 2020


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