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Old October 13th, 2012, 04:29 PM   #881
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Metropol İstanbul

Metropol İstanbul
Istanbul, Turkey

http://www.metropolistanbul.com/

HEIGHT: 250 m
FLOORS: -

A Global Project rising tall and proud in one of the world’s most unique metropolitan cities...

Each new step taken, each new milestone set in a city that has hosted countless civilizations has to be worthy of its heritage. A city that has witnessed the rise and fall of ages, is about to inaugurate a project for the new millennia; Metropol Istanbul.

An innovative concept rising in Ataşehir, a district poised to become one of the world’s leading financial hubs upon the successful completion of the Financial Centre.

Launching what will be one of the tallest towers in Europe, bringing a fresh new concept to the coupling of residential and office buildings whilst also offering a prestigious shopping mall, a 400 meter long retail street and a large recreational complex, Metropol Istanbul will truly be a worthy homage to this vibrant city.

An exciting design that evokes architectural admiration...

A story being shaped by the finest; the internationally renowned RMJM at the helm of the conceptual design along with HYDER lending superior engineering knowledge, Metropol Istanbul is destined to be a great success.

TURKEY AND ISTANBUL
Istanbul, which will soon be the heart of the global finance market with its new Financial Centre, is where attention is fixed upon and Metropol Istanbul will definitely be a fitting ambassador to this great city, conveying a powerful message...

A brand new life in a startlingly beautiful city

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Mall of Istanbul

Mall of Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey

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Mall of İstanbul, the project that belongs to one of the most prestigious and leader companies in the Real Estate, Torunlar GYO has gone live with USD 370 million capex in a mall, residential and office concept.

“Mall of İstanbul”, the largest “mixed used” project of Turkey has been rewarded in the International Property Award Europe 2011, with Best Mixed Use Development and Best Retail Development Awards.

Approximately 60% of the Mall of İstanbul Project has already been sold within just one year. The Project with a total of 656 thousand m2 construction area will be completed in November 2013 accommodates 150 thousand m2 mall leasable area including entertainment area, 122 thousand m2 residential sellable area, 32 thousand m2 office sellable area and a 300 rooms hotel to be built in the adjacent parcel.


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Old October 14th, 2012, 07:15 PM   #883
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Ziraat Bank Tower
Istanbul, Turkey

FLOORS: 31 fl
HEIGHT: 153 m
ARCHITECT: -


Multi-storey high-rise office tower is located at the financial district of Istanbul housing alternative office units of Ziraat Bank of Turkey (state-owned agriculture bank), to be their symbolic structure first time in Istanbul. The building consist of a 153 meter major office tower with 31 office floors linked to the ground-scraper with 4 floors, relevant to the geometrical contours of the long-thin property. Being the back wing at street level and above, the low-rise intersects the high rise with double height atrium and communal meeting areas. The low rise wing also houses other social functions such as small shopping facilities, day-care center, gym and cafes. The dynamic architectural manner in the main structure, with reference the logo of the bank; also gives form to the uniquely situated stories and compartments that punctuate the individuality of the units which are basically programmed around an atrium that becomes the shared area of the department. With different zone plans, the atriums are double or three-storey height; there are also choices of single floors. In the tower, green zones, designed as small courtyards in the atriums, provide a warm, natural and authentic atmosphere at the upper levels where people meet besides their offices. In the tower, the composite structure of steel and concrete is enveloped with sheer glass, benefiting the daylight and panoramas at optimum while smoothly joining the cityscape. Contrary to the glass use on the façade of the tower, massive surface of the ground scraper receives daylight through recurrent openings. Chapters in altering forms, located at various levels and directions of the building, open to different vistas, so that every single space has its genuine position in the building scenario. Due to angled façades and forms, the building gives distinct impressions at different perspectives.


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Old October 14th, 2012, 07:19 PM   #884
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Old October 15th, 2012, 01:34 AM   #885
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Ritim Istanbul

Ritim Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey

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FLOORS: 39 fl, 36 fl, 34 fl, 18 fl & 9 fl
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Old October 15th, 2012, 01:36 AM   #886
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iTower

iTower
Istanbul, Turkey

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HEIGHT: 110 m
FLOORS: 30 fl
ARCHITECT: Sinpas
HOMEPAGE: http://www.itowerbomonti.com/


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Eclipse Maslak

Eclipse Maslak
Istanbul, Turkey

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HEIGHT: -
FLOORS: 36 fl


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The Ikon

The Ikon
Istanbul, Turkey

HEIGHT: 149 m
FLOORS: 42 floors
COMPLETION: 2011
ARCHITECT: Tago Architects

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Tarlabaşı Dictrict Redevelopment

Tarlabaşı Dictrict Redevelopment

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Homepage: http://www.tarlabasiyenileniyor.com/


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Old October 16th, 2012, 03:47 PM   #890
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Çukurova Tower U/C

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Ottomare Suites

Ottomare Suites
Istanbul, Turkey

www.ottomare.com.tr/

HEIGHT: 116 m
FLOORS: 32 fl

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Varyap Meridian

Varyap Meridian
Istanbul, Turkey


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ARCHITECT: RMJM

RMJM designs first ‘green’ development in Turkey’s financial district

RMJM has today unveiled details of the US $1 billion development it is designing in Istanbul’s new residential and business district, which will be one of the ‘greenest’ projects in Turkey.

The luxury 372,000 sq m development – being designed by RMJM’s New York and Istanbul studios - will be located in the Atasehir district of Istanbul which the Turkish government intends to transform into the country’s new financial district and business centre.

Set on a highly visible site (totalling 107,000 sq m) that features panoramic views stretching from the Bosphorus Strait in the west to the Princes’ Islands and the Sea of Marmara to the south, the development has been commissioned by Turkish real estate development company VARYAP, part of Varlibas Group International. It includes a 60-storey tower, 1,500 residential units, a five-star hotel, offices and conference facilities with landscaped public areas and parking facilities. The project, which is expected to serve 20,000 people, is scheduled to be completed in 2011.

The RMJM design team intends to create an iconic complex that is designed to achieve the ‘LEED’ sustainability accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council and, as such, would be the first mixed use development of its kind in Turkey. To achieve this the designers analysed the local site conditions and embraced the topography, climate and surrounding context to maximise the site’s natural potential and inform building orientation and landscaping. This also ensured panoramic views beyond the site, while minimising solar heat gain to the building facades.

Active ‘green’ design features include rainwater collection sites and facilities to optimise water usage and reduce energy consumption, wind turbine technology, cooling water pools that enhance the external landscape and a co-generation plant that will produce electricity for the development. The unique context and culture of Istanbul is incorporated into the design including a spectral tiled facade, ranging from terracotta to blue to white.

“We’re thrilled to have this opportunity to create a landmark community in Istanbul’s up-and-coming financial district,” said Chris Jones, RMJM Design Principal who leads RMJM’s new Istanbul office. “RMJM’s design not only addresses Istanbul’s culture, climate, architectural heritage and cosmopolitan attitude but also sets a new standard for sustainable design for Turkey. Sustainable design is no longer a trend but a necessity and our client VARYAP embraced the idea from the start.”

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Buyaka

Buyaka
Istanbul, Turkey

HEIGHT: 3 x 103 m / 1 x 100 m
FLOORS: 3 x 23 fl / 1 x 22 fl
COMPLETION: 2011
ARCHITECT: Uras&Dilekci

http://www.buyakaistanbul.com/

http://www.urasdilekci.com/


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Torun Tower

Torun Tower
Istanbul, Turkey

HEIGHT: 190 m
FLOORS: 44 fl

We are planning for Torun Tower to be a mixed-use development with residential, office and retail space. It will consist of one high rise tower with 40 floors with a total construction area of 91,263 sqm. The building is planned to be a landmark for the city of Istanbul, which will have prominent visibility from both the Bosphorus and northern districts of Istanbul. Torun Tower will be constructed using very modern architectural concepts and construction technology. The concept design for Torun Tower was initiated with BRT Architects in 2006 and in 2009 we began working with Arquitectonica Design Company to further improve the design to increase the GLA efficiency of the project. We expect to develop 55% of the total leasable/saleable area of Torun Tower into residential units, 40% into office units and 5% into retail units. The lower floors are expected to be Class A offices with small upscale residential units (1+1 and 1+1.5) on higher floors. We expect that sales and rents of Torun Tower units will be denominated in US dollars. We own 100% of the land on which the building will be constructed.

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Old October 19th, 2012, 07:53 PM   #895
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Royal Center

Royal Center
Istanbul, Turkey

HEIGHT: 140 m / 120 m
FLOORS: -
ARCHITECT: DAP

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Old October 21st, 2012, 11:45 PM   #896
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TRANSMAR

TRANSMAR: Europe-Asia 50 km Floating Bypass Viaduct

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Alp Architects & Planners aims to solve Istanbul's growing traffic probems

Istanbul, a great city enhanced by historical treasures and natural gifts and a settlement of 3,000,000 people few years ago, has lately been drawn under the unplanned influx of 10,000,000 more settlers immigrating from rural areas. Today, 70% of the city's building stock, mostly in the form of squatter housing, is without buiding and/or occupancy permits. Problems such as air, noise and light pollution, security weaknesses, ethnic clashes, loss of historical, cultural and natural entities and congested traffic are common in Istanbul.

The dense circulation today has become the nightmare of the people and the city's economics. Each day 600 cars obtain new license plate and join the traffic. It takes around 3 hours to travel from one to the other side of the city. The congested circulation constitutes potential danger in case of a serious earthquake.

In order to cope with the traffic problem, in 1973 the Government built a suspension bridge over the Bosphorus, the Straits bordering Europe and Asia. Yet, soon after the Bridge and its highways have become congested. The 2nd Bridge, intended to establish a speedway for transit and peripheral traffic was erected further north in 1988 and has been connected at both ends to TEM (Trans European Motorway). It has become congested, too in a short time. On the other hand, the construction of the 2nd Bridge and TEM have accelerated the northwardsly rapid, yet unplanned, urban growth transforming 250,000,000 sq m of green areas into ugly, mostly illegal concrete structures.

Today, both bridges planned for 250,000 cars per day in total carry 550,000 cars per day. And confused with such problems, the government proposes a 3rd Bridge over Bosphorus even further the north towards the Black Sea. Yet, since northern lands of the Bosphorus house the remaining green zones and water sources of the city, we believe building a third belt on the north will repeat the same cycle experienced with the 2nd Bridge and eventually turn the city towards the desertification trend, endangering the remaining 500,000,000 sq m forest zones of the Metropole.

TRANSMAR has born from this point. Since the north of Bosphorus is not suitable for a new highway system due to natural entities, and since south of Bosphorus is also not suitable for a new bridge due to its dense urbanisation and historical, cultural and natural treasures, the only reasonable solution was to go more south on the Sea of Marmara and built a bypass floating rail-road viaduct linking Europe to Asia across the water.

TRANSMAR begins on the European side from the Olympic Village, intersects the TEM, passes by the Ecological Village Project by architect Dr. Ken Yeang, goes under the Ataturk International Airport, leaves the European shore as a 9 km viaduct on pilotis at 25 m above sea level ,continues as a6 km floating viaduct. The 2 km double span cable-stayed fixed bridge at 65 m altitude allows large sea traffic. It is followed by a 14 km segment as a floating viaduct. The system sits on land on the Kinali Island which serves as a service and emergency center. The system leaves Kinali again with a 14 km floating viaduct segment and approaches the Asian shore with a 6 km viaduct on pilotis. It enters the Asian coast near the urban project by architect Zaha Hadid in Kartal, reaches the International Sabiha Gokcen Airport, reintersects with the TEM, and finally terminates at Istanbul Formula-1 Park.

It is expected that daily 100,000 vehicles will use TRANSMAR at a max speed of 100 km/h. The rail shuttle within the structure runs at 200 km/h and links the two Airports of the City in 15 mnts. The project's cost is estimated about 5 Blln USD and the payback period 15 years.

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Akasya Ümraniye Residences

Akasya Ümraniye Residences
Istanbul, Turkey

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Nispetiye 10

Nispetiye 10

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Quasar İstanbul

Quasar İstanbul

ARCHITECT: Emre Arolat

There are some buildings, which have important places in the memory of the cities they are located in. Ali Sami Yen Stadium took place over in Mecidiyeköy which is one of the busiest districts of Istanbul for a period of half a century with all its magnitude. The stadium perceived as a large mass when it is compared to its environment although the surrounding building pattern continuously developed and increased its intensity. This building which was identifying with Galatasaray Sport Club in recent years took an important place in the social memory of the city as well as its physical memory. The structural life of the Mecidiyeköy Ali Sami Yen Stadium has been completed with the recent football match at the beginning of 2011.


The realities such as density, size and complexity emerged as important design criteria in the design process of the complex which will be built on the area of the stadium. It is obvious that this mixed-use building complex which has approximately 250 thousand square meters of indoor space with the service areas under the ground floor will be one of the biggest new projects of the city. The issues such as the building complex’s positioning strategy on the land, occupied floor area of the masses, the tension between the public, semi-public and private areas were considered at the first phase as the prioritized design problems. Noisy urban fabric generated by Büyükdere Street traversing across the north edge of the land and the E5 highway viaduct placed on it, scenery opportunities that appears at the south direction of the land which was based on one of the highest places of Istanbul and heavy traffic jam makes its presence felt nearby even today, were found as important features regarded at this stage.


In the context of the relationship to be established with the project which is being developed on the adjacent land on East direction and this design, massive and social continuities of the Liqueur Factory which is based on the adjacent land and which will be renewed and added to the city’s cultural life and the large green area located in front of it and the stadium which stands empty as an old and alone giant during a very important part of the year, but transforms into a kind of fairground with its near environment during the football matches, were examined as determinants of the design. As one of the most important decisions related to the general settlement strategy, it was proposed that approximately ten thousand square meters area on the northern part of the land to turn into a city park by integrating with the existing green area on the adjacent parcel and designed large public space came into existence by this way to generate a kind of breathing zone between dense urban blocks of Mecidiyeköy. To enhance the perception of integrity of both fields, it was aimed that significant landscape features of existing adjacent green space which get its strength from a very specific geometric arrangement to continue in the areas close to the neighboring parcel, in spite of this, the pattern that emerges as a dense green texture to give place to a more urban platform by rarefying in the West direction. In this context, the hidden square formed at the west corner of the land has been designed as a public space which is reached by large steps going down from Büyükdere Street and which enriches by surrounding commercial spaces which are mainly food & beverage. Again at this level, increasing the public’s potential in this direction by means of a planted slit that traverses across the western edge of the complex and semi-open usage areas that came into existence became the priorities. Therefore, the tension between the silence of the upper platform completed with the green pattern which was protected in a sense by raising two meters above the road and the dynamic nature of the secret square placed at the lower level from the road in order to create its own context emerged as a critical element of this project. It was aimed that a museum that will be designed related to the phenomena of Ali Sami Yen Stadium takes place as one of the spaces which opens to this square, by this way a kind of social memory vessel continues its existence in this project even if it is capillary.


The lower levels of the south side of public platform were arranged as ‘green offices’. These offices which provide unique opportunities to use by opening to inner gardens that equipped with a rich landscape possibilities, were proposed to be used on the same level with these gardens as much as possible. It was aimed to link the offices in a controlled manner with the social and recreative spaces that are at the same level and to provoke the new generation office use with a modular space fluidity.


One of the three high-rise blocks which were placed at the southern part of the land was arranged as office, as well as the other two were designed as residential towers. The massive installation of these buildings comes into existence with the pieces composed of the facades which were oriented according to different viewpoints. This situation that will be reviewed as a kind of ‘tropism’ interpretation like the orientation of the plants to the sun, enables all the façades of the buildings to be oriented to the angles of panorama as well as the building mass to be lightened by fragmantation.

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