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Old March 27th, 2012, 08:04 PM   #21
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Özel Acıbadem Hastanesi





İnşaat resmi eski.Proje güzel.

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Old May 12th, 2012, 06:40 PM   #22
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TRGTRS Town Seaside

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Cnnt_KY Hotel, Spa & Residences

Located on a spectacular bay in Bodrum, CNNT_KY is a mixed use project including residences, a hotel, recreation areas and a protected natural zone on an area of approximately 600 acres. The aim of the project is to generate a continuous annual use in Bodrum, a destination people mostly inhabit during summers. With the renovation of the Bodrum Airport, added flights have transformed Bodrum into a year-round destination. GAD’s approach was to provide a solution to this need by designing a complex with different functions that can be used year around.

The hotel in CNNT_KY consists of 70 rooms of differing floor plans configured to allow the hotel guests to enjoy the Mediterranean by providing opportunities for recreational activities along the sea at the intersection of the beaches and protected green areas. The total construction area of the hotel building is approximately 20.000 sqm.

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Old May 13th, 2012, 10:37 PM   #23
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Very nice Projects for Bordrum...
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Old May 20th, 2012, 03:49 PM   #24
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Kempinski Bodrum

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Old May 20th, 2012, 03:58 PM   #25
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Yalıkavak Marina

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Old May 21st, 2012, 09:53 PM   #26
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Old August 25th, 2012, 06:42 PM   #27
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Varyap Yalıkavak Villas

Yalikavak is a small town on the southwestern coast of Turkey, which is becoming a popular tourism and summer-housing destination along the Turkish Riviera. Unlike its provincial center Bodrum, which has faced a building boom in 1980’s, Yalikavak is still a relatively calm, smaller scale settlement with a natural landscape.


The site of Varyap Yalikavak Residences is a rocky hillside with an intense, unique landscape of olive trees and endemic plants, having a panoramic view of the Yalikavak bay. To integrate with this landscape and settle in the slope, the buildings are considered as composition of horizontal platforms that extend into the landscape and house the masses of internal spaces. The platforms placed in different levels, evolve and form roofs, canopies, terraces, balconies, pools and sundecks.


As a strategy of settling inside the slope, a sunken garden at the back yard creates an intimate courtyard, also helping cross ventilation. A backward slope in front, creates a cascading water for the underground living area. Vehicle circulation and car parks are also taken underground, not to disturb the peace and the landscape above. Béton brut, which is pigmented with an earthy-colour and moulded so that it has a shading texture, gives a tactile impression. When the glazing on the front facade is opened completely, the boundary between inside and outside is blurred and living areas inside become semi open platforms welcoming the panoramic view, breeze coming from the sea and generous landscape.

Not totally merge and disappear in the landscape but with a presence as an artifact on the ground, Varyap Yalikavak Residences have a desire to belong to the ‘place’.


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Old November 5th, 2012, 11:49 PM   #28
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Nikki Beach Torba

ARCHITECT: GAD Architecture

Located in the north of Bodrum. Bodrum was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum has a history dating back 3,000 years as a Mediterranean port-trade settlement in the Southwest of Turkey. The area boasts a rich history of over three thousand years, including Hellenistic times.

Nikki Beach Torba is a 55 room boutique hotel which is placed on a magnificent peninsula of Bodrum, where the Airport road passes by before entering the city centre. Torba is a small sea-side village which is covered by olive groves and pine forests. Torba has retained a relaxed, rural ambience. Because of it’s very close proximity to Bodrum, Torba is growing in popularity with lots of new facilities, which can fulfill visitors need by physical comfort and mental pleasure.

The villas are designed to maintain a whole family or a group of friends in a perfect private space without disturbing each other. The aparts have “organic pools” work entirely with nature to provide hygienic water for swimming. The vibrant ecology of plants conditions the water so there is no need for any chemical disinfectants. In fact the water quality in a natural pool is so good, many are well within drinking water standards, including the pool featured here.

Facades and the surfaces are both produced with local stones, which have the same origin as the stones used in historic buildings of Halicarnassus.

Architect Gökhan Avcıoğlu & GAD designed the facilities based on mediterrenian lifestyle. The necessity of privacy and the enjoyment are balanced perfectly.



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Old December 9th, 2012, 11:21 PM   #29
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TGRTRS

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Old January 22nd, 2013, 03:53 PM   #30
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Acıbadem Hastanesi

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Old February 8th, 2013, 07:16 PM   #32
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Yalıkavak Palmarina

Yalıkavak Palmarina

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Old February 8th, 2013, 09:50 PM   #33
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I loved the last project...
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Old April 29th, 2013, 12:36 PM   #34
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abi muthis yahu, su projeler bitsinde bi gideyim oralara :P
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Old May 5th, 2013, 11:39 PM   #35
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Istanbul-based architectural practice, Aytac Architects, have designed the Hebil 157 project. Completed in 2012, the five luxury apartments were inspired by the cascading flow of lava of the ancient Kos volcano and can be found in Bodrum, Turkey.

According to the architects: “Each villa is positioned strategically. All equally benefit from vast and wonderful views of the bay as they interact with the surrounding Aegean landscape and the Mediterranean breeze.

“The five villas are shaped and formed like the crystallised lava flows of the legendary Volcano Kos once located near the Hebil 157 site.

“Erupting out of the terrain dramatically, the vortexing ‘Bodrum White’ masses merge into the background with serenity.

“Embracing the century old olive trees the central courtyard pays homage to the local flora. Large glass surfaces bring the picturesque landscape inside, blurring the division between inside and outside.

The influence of the volcano is experienced both in materiality and spatial organisation. The spaces are fluidly connected, rejecting compartmentalisation.

“No stone other than volcanic basalt has been used in the interior design.

“The project investigates the rich relationship between the dynamics and complex forces of nature, which transforms into a relaxing therapeutic environment, ornamented with ten thousand lavenders.”























































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Old November 11th, 2013, 09:15 AM   #36
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Eco Housing

Eco Housing

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Shipping containers reinterpreted as new Eco Villas in Bodrum by A++

The need for buildings is increasing in Bodrum, Turkey as the city’s population, urbanisation and industrialisation are all growing rapidly. As a result, opportunities have emerged within the building sector where particular attention to design approaches and materials used during construction have been made to minimise pressure on the local environment. International architectural studio A++ has been called to intervene by the Turkish Government by creating a new study into designing a new format of housing.

This development will be located in Bodrum, known as the the holiday city of the country. The new development will house a number of highly efficient, low cost, nZEB buildings which reinvent the steel structures of a shipping container by altering its size and finish so its original form is disguised within the new design. The architects have aimed to make use of the containers as they are widely available in Turkish ports.

Within the port of Istanbul alone it is estimated that millions of containers are shipped on annum with thousands left in junk yards where in recent years it has become less expensive to buy a new container than ship it back to its location of origin. The idea behind the new sustainable homes employs specific strategies which have been uniquely created so that each design takes advantage of each container’s modularity, transportability and strength without being constrained to its shape and size.

The new villas will be characterised by one or two storeys, where extended high performing glazed surfaces and large outdoor living areas will allow for an unobstructed view of the sea and the surrounding nature, and super insulated walls with a specially crafted stratigraphy designed around the climate of the region to provide the highest level of comfort in a high performance building.

A++ have worked with Carlo Colombo, Partner of A++ and design director for interiors and product design for the firm, on the layout of each home paying particular attention to orientation and the surrounding environment. Special care is taken in the choice of the technological systems that the new homes will use to heat and cool the interiors as well as providing hot water for sanitary use.

A specifically engineered unit will be able to perform all tasks effortlessly along with providing mechanical ventilation with heat recovery. The use of electronically controlled active systems will ensure a tailored control of energy load and optimise usage around the inhabitant’s comfort.

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Bodrum Airport International Terminal

Bodrum Airport International Terminal

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Gümüş-Su Villas

Gümüş-Su Villas

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Seba Green Housing

Seba Green Housing

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