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Old September 13th, 2012, 10:48 PM   #821
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AUTOPIA

AUTOPIA
Istanbul, Turkey




AUTOPIA: world’s biggest auto-mall !
  • With 216,000 m2, it is the world’s biggest auto-mall
  • 5 stories - two of which are underground
  • Each level is 30,000 m2
  • Each floor is 6m in height
  • 1st-hand and 2nd-hand autos are sold together
  • 56 food & drink shops, cafés & restaurants
  • 48 private car service stations
  • 24 banks
  • ATM’s at 12 points
  • 42 insurance companies
  • 74 trading companies
  • Car park with a 900 car capacity
  • 6 Million visitors a year are expected
  • 7 kms of walkable space
  • There is a test drive track on the roof
  • 200 auto-galleries , 443 brands and 2526 types of cars are waiting for its customers

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Seyrantepe Tower

Seyrantepe Tower
Istanbul, Turkey

HEIGHT: -
FLOORS: 76 fl
ARCHITECT: Eroglu Architects

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Old September 14th, 2012, 09:49 PM   #823
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Newada

Newada
Istanbul, Turkey

http://www.newada.com.tr/

HEIGHT: 104 m
FLOORS: 32 fl / 21 fl
ARCHITECT: GAD Architecture
VIDEO: http://vimeo.com/18746711#

Newada is a high-rise luxury residential project, located on the Anatolian side of Istanbul. Although the European side of Istanbul is better known as the business center of Istanbul, the Anatolian side still contains the largest amount of housing. Maltepe is located approximately in the center of the Anatolian part of Istanbul, near the Marmara Sea coastline with spectacular views awaiting the future residents.

Capturing views of the Princess Islands is a major ambition for the project. The 800m long southern border of the site faces the Marmara Sea and is not obstructed by many building, so this affords a unique opportunity to see the Princess Islands.

A building proposal focusing on a modern lifestyle in Istanbul can not be thought of without considering issues of traffic and car circulation. The project site contains a great opportunity in terms of its proximity to several major road connections, including the E5 which allows for ease of access to many coastal areas. This advantage would alleviate most of the traffic issues for the residents.

Original design studies concentrated on solar studies aimed at limiting the shadows of the towers cast on neighboring buildings. In order to achieve this, an adaptive sky exposure plane simulation was prepared with the aid of a grasshopper plug-in for rhinoceros software. Using sliders and coordinate marking boards, the artificial sky exposure plane was simultaneously used to reshape the building to maximize the buildings allocation, and to minimize shadows.

Therefore, the buildings are optimized to obtain the maximum view of the Princess Islands while also obtaining the most sunlight. The balconies surrounding the buildings are located between a semi-open stone facade and a glass inner facade. This provides a cooling effect in the summer and a heat-trapping effect in the winter.

The project contains two blocks on a shared base. The ground level contains shops, including boutiques, dry cleaning, barbers, and residential services accessible to the residents. The project site is partitioned into two zones, by taking advantage of level differences on the site. While the bottom level is used for the main entrance and public spaces, the upper level is used for private gardening and reflecting pools. Ground and basement levels are connected by an active courtyard and stairs, and lobbies have openings into this courtyard. Protection from the elements is provided by a glass & steel structure above.

The site area is 11,872 m², and the total construction area is approximately 50.000m².

Few materials are used in order to provide unity on the site and in the overall detailing. There are four primary materials: stone, concrete, glass and steel. The stone cladding is the main material giving the project its unique charecter.

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Zorlu Plaza

Zorlu Plaza
Istanbul, Turkey

HEIGHT: 170m
FLOORS: 42 floors
CONSTRUCTION START: 2010
ARCHITECT: Tabanlioglu Architects

www.tabanlioglu.com.tr

Thus multi-storey, high-rise office tower is located in the financial district of Istanbul, housing several of the world’s top financial institutions and other service sector leaders.

The complex consists of a 196-metre, major office tower with 47 office floors and garden; offices at floors 2 to 4 being the back wing at street level and below grade, relevant to the contours and backward sloping of the property.

The positioning of the masses naturally introduces 3 interior courts by uplifting the low-rise section and due to the elevation difference of the land. The terraced slope is encircled by garden-offices which have visual access both to the street and the patios.

The form of the tower with two telescoped blocks maximises the amount of perimeter; the structure gives a more fragile impression then one thick standard block and gains more rooms with a view that is supported by glass use on the façade where convenient, not having a massive surface.

Indentations in geometric forms differentiate the four communal areas separating 5 different office zones; there are meeting rooms, maintenance facilities and interior gardens at each notch born out of the intersection of the two blocks. Fritted glass applied at the office levels for sun control also designates the office zones, whereas sheer glass is used at the common areas. Each buffer zone is composed of 2 storeys and a mezzanine. Beside its transparency, the movement on the façade refers to interior functions that make the building genuine and legible from afar. Due to angled façades and forms, the building gives distinct impressions at different perspectives.

Compartments of the low-rise, like the tail of the office block, comprise a zig-zag shaped long main block and 3 smaller blocks connected to each other via bridges. Their irregular forms punctuate the vivid movement of the ground in horizontal term. The roof of these units is designed as green landscape areas. The structural diversity reflects on the positioning of the social areas, like cafes and inner gardens, in the patios sheltered by the pendent console above them. Green zones at courtyards provide a warm, natural and authentic atmosphere at the lower levels and create a view for the high-rise above. Being the main entrance, the transparent entrance box is formed on Büyükdere Street, as the prolongation of the low-rise behind the tower.

A contribution to the developing architectural vocabulary of the Boulevard, ultimately the iconic skyscraper is a powerful yet modest statement of corporate power.


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Old September 15th, 2012, 04:17 PM   #825
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Exen Plaza

Exen Plaza
Istanbul, Turkey

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HEIGHT: 160 m
FLOORS: 44 fl
ARCHITECT: DBArchitects

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Old September 16th, 2012, 11:32 AM   #826
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Old September 16th, 2012, 02:53 PM   #827
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Bio Istanbul Campus

Bio Istanbul Campus
Istanbul, Turkey

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New community in Istanbul

AECOM secures contract as project manager on $2.2billion Bio Istanbul campus

A $2.2bn development in Turkey moved a step forward this week as international firm AECOM announced that it has been awarded the project management contract for the project. Bio Istanbul will incorporate a dedicated children’s hospital, biomedical science park (Innovation Campus) and a range of residential units. When the campus is fully operational, 20,000 working commuters and 15,000 residents will bring the development to life.

Speaking on the appointment, David Whitehouse, AECOM’s Managing Director for CIS and Turkey said: “Bio Istanbul has the potential to dramatically improve the level of medical care for the people of Turkey while also positioning Turkey to become the leading centre for pharmaceutical and advanced biomedical research for southeastern Europe and the Middle East. Having worked with Bio City Development Company (BCDco) from the outset of this important project, it is exciting for everyone at AECOM that our role in seeing it successfully delivered has been expanded.”

A joint venture between the BCDco, EEP - an affiliate of the Housing Development Administration of Turkey - and the Turkish Ministry of Urbanisation and Environment, Bio Istanbul is to be moulded by some of the world’s most forward-thinking architects. Swiss architects Gmur Architekten will devise the Istanbul Children’s Hospital, Rafael de La-Hoz of Madrid is working on the Innovation Campus, and the 150 residential units are being designed by Norwegian studio Saunders Architecture and Tabanlioglu of Istanbul. AECOM company Davis Langdon is cost and programme manager.

Chairman and CEO of Bio Istanbul, Tobias Levey details: “Our goal is to significantly expand Turkey’s knowledge-based economy while at the same time surpassing the current de facto standards of Turkish private development. We are relying on AECOM to ensure that our ambition for quality in construction is delivered on time and on budget.”

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Old September 16th, 2012, 06:41 PM   #828
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Alemdag Housing / Baraka Architects

Architects: Baraka Architects
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Design Team: Abdurahman Çekim, Sevilay Çekim, Fatma Savgan
Project Area: 6,000 m²
Project Year: 2012

Currently under construction on the edge of the city of Istanbul, the Alemdag Housing, designed by Baraka Architects, is made up of four building blocks which contain 70 flats, 2 retail units and social facilities. The 6.000 m² plot is situated on the exact interface between the city and the surrounding forest, making this the first characteristic taken into account for the housing complex as an important dynamic.

The location of the project is where the urban texture starts to dissolve and the built environment becomes almost undefined and sparse. Another major factor was the building code, with a quite high floor-space index and a height limit of six floors. All these facts lead us to use an architectural language with a smooth transition between the building and its surrounding, unlike the neighboring buildings.

The social facilities itself, with an open air swimming pool and rooms for various leisure facilities is differentiated from the rest of the complex by means of ramps and amphitheatres. This leads also to the contextual differentiation between public, semi-public and private space.The linear wooden elements of the facade are thought to act occasionally as sun shading elements, railings and cladding.

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Old September 17th, 2012, 10:28 AM   #829
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Miks

Miks

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HEIGHT: -
FLOORS: 32 fl & 23 fl

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Old September 18th, 2012, 12:59 AM   #830
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Those renders for Seyrantepe Towers are absolutely gorgeous. My favorite building in the Middle East for sure if it turns out that way
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Old September 18th, 2012, 06:30 PM   #831
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Nef Residences Dört Levent 09

Nef Residences Dört Levent 09

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Jumeirah Maçka Hotel

Jumeirah Maçka Hotel
Istanbul, Turkey

ARCHITECT: Emre Arolat

Formation of the urban fabric in Nişantaşı-Teşvikiye district shares similar motivations with European cities that were developed at the same period. In the beginning of 20th century, the urban movements towards cities resulted in the need for high quality urban residences for the urban bourgeoisie. In Nişantaşı-Teşvikiye district, an urban fabric constituted of adjacent buildings which are up to 7-8 storey high created a modern urban space characterized by the notions of density and continuity. This fabric can be conceptualized as a structure that reigns whole district which has an architectural quality, created through the principles of proportion and order. The neighbourhood today, owned by the upper-middle class İstanbul elite, produces urban spaces which are also favored by city habitants of wide social backgrounds.

The plot in which Maçka Hotel will be built, is one of the plots which constitutes this structure. The new building infills its plot and sustains principle of density and continuity. The mass of the building follows Neo-classical/Renaissance order of base-body-coronet which characterizes the existing urban fabric. The building adapts itself to daily uses: the base exposes itself to the ground level, accompanying the life on the street. It creates metasthasis of retail activity from Abdi İpekçi street to relatively calmer Maçka Street. The rooms in the body of the building are exposed to three different sides that circumscribe the plot. The coronet settles on the roof with a set back from the facade and the articulation of mass is completed.

The main entrance of lobby faces Maçka Street. With an opening to Abdi İpekçi Street on the upper level, the lobby creates a passage between two streets. Articulating the lobby space to the daily life of Nişantaşı, this semi-restricted urban shortcut produces a restricted-public space of impermanent encounters between hotel visitors and domestic-upper-middle-class.

The facade articulation of the building is affected by the contrast between Abdi İpekçi and Maçka Streets. Urban fabric at Abdi İpekçi side stands for the structure which the new building is mimetically dependant on. However, when it comes to facade, the mimetic behaviour diminishes and a strong manner of mediaton takes charge. Having spent adequate time with the “found” one, a kind of deep empathy grows, our existence becomes open to its affections. Only way of existance beside it is just when we can start being ourselves again. Vertical proportions of the openings on facade is the most dominant character in visual memory. Parts of facade occupied by each room is divided into three vertical parts, forming a vertically stretched and deepened grid to inherit the massive impact of the the “existing”. The fragments are widened where the room behind gets larger. By this way, the grid becomes heterogeneous. This facade is not an abstraction of the existing urban facade. It is rather an inner dialogue triggered by the tension between new and “found”.

Feeling of containment in urban space, constituted by the début-de-siècle buildings that holds two sides of Abdi İpekci Street, melts into air when you turn the corner and feel the blowing of the wind coming through the Maçka Park. The never-ending rhytms of the building faces, the elegant proportions, which gives world its order, has gone, instead the primordial veird void in which the green valley has been created, starts to magnetize you. This park is a small bit of the huge urban park project of Prost that managed to survive today.

The facade of the hotel that faces Maçka Valley is exposed to ‘nature’ –sun and wind- as well as the Istanbul scene which has been naturalised with the distance brought by the green gap in-between. It builds a perforated screen to protect itself from the south-east sun. The screen is fragmented into smaller louvres to let the visitors manipulate the screen. Thus, facade of Maçka Street becomes a “living facade”, a changing composition due to time of day, weather and user preferences. These louvres resemble the louvres in late Ottoman mansion along Bosphorus, which are opened and closed each and every day, like a part of a daily ritual. The pattern of screen is an exact replica of famous fences at Galata Bridge.

The corner facing south is opened to Bosphorus view. Balconies surrounding the corner acts as a canopy for the storey below, protecting inner facade from the direct sunlight. The corner exists as a third species between two different facade.

Facade of the building displays three different characters affected by the differantiaon of urban spaces surrounding the plot. Rooms placed inside the body of building, are mediated through this facade. Unlike the debut-de-siecle apartments where every part of facade references to one particular order, Macka Hotel unveils milder face of contemporary architecture which tends adaptation more easily.


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Nurol Tower

Nurol Tower
Istanbul, Turkey

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HEIGHT: 142 m
FLOORS: 35 fl

Nurol Tower rises at the heart of this town with its unique design and independent units with different sizes creating a brand new world on its own ground, a LEED Gold nominee, environment friendly world.

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally recognized green building certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Nurol Tower matches all the requirements of the LEED Gold certificate with its ecological practices. Thus, Nurol Tower aims to be 40% more efficient in energy saving compared to its competitors. Also, all material used in its construction has been selected from materials with no harm on human health.

Nurol Tower is a friend of the earth, not only in its construction principles but in all its practices.

Nurol Tower Bazaar will make your daily life easier with its shops, restaurants and cafés. The two-story boutique mall covering 6000 square meters offers a selection of 36 shops to meet and welcome your daily entire needs.

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Old September 23rd, 2012, 04:03 PM   #834
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Ataköy Marina
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Date: July 2012 Client: TOKİ Skills: Architecture, Urban Design

Design by Alper Derinboğaz in collaboration with Samim Magriso, Atılım Yılmaz, Frederik De Smedt, Işıl Karabulut, Begüm Aktaş, Ceyhun Derinboğaz, Can Şerifoğlu and Aykut Özen

Ataköy Marina is a shoreline masterplan project located closely to Atatürk International Airport and the historical peninsula. The site is perfectly eligible for a cruise terminal.

The design strategy creates a continuos green axle which connects the visitors with the shore. In addition, it creates an outline to residences, offices and cruise port facilities to be built. This specific approach leads a unique habitat and an attractive area to cruise visitors. The site also includes a multifunctional (opera house, congress center etc.) building which carefully placed and oriented. It is designed as a landmark building to attract to tourists and works as a continious economical support to the area.






















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Şan City
Istanbul, Turkey

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The site is situated on the previous location of the famous San theatre, which has now disappeared; at the heart of the centre of Istanbul, nearby Taksim, Harbiye and Nisantasi, which are the main prestigious retail areas of the city.

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The project is conceived as an innovative mixed complex with retail, cultural, hotel and office functions.
This development distinguishes itself from other mixed complexes by its specific theme dedicated to fashion and developed in partnership with renowned brands , by its organic, fully modular architecture, that can be adapted to the evolving needs defined by brands. Further typical features of the project are embodied by the presence of a public cultural function (new theatre), the creation of event areas, restaurants and a spa with a rooftop swimming pool surrounded by gardens and offering a panoramic view on Istanbul.
The altitude difference characterising the site allows for the creation of three half buried levels of retail areas and of 6 underground parking levels with room for more than 1600 vehicles.


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Office Project in Atasehir Financial District

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Architects:
Saraiva + Associados
Location: Atasehir, Istanbul, Turkey
Client: Eria Partners – Real Estate Investment
Project Type: Office building
Type of Intervention: New construction
Gross Construction Area (sqm): 93,788.00sqm
Max. Height: Tower A – 109.05 meters above ground; Tower B – 82.60 meters above ground
Number of Parking: About 834 spaces
Status: Preliminary study
Dates: November 2011 – ongoing

Preliminary Study of an Office Center located at Ataşehir - the Asian side of Istanbul. Placed in a triangular-shaped piece of land, the proposal presents a 25-storey tower and a 19-storey tower. Both towers share the same architectural image, but each of them has its own identity in terms of materialization.












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