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GAD – Gökhan Avcıoğlu & Dara Kırmızıtoprak | Atakoy Shopping Center

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The 25,000m² Atakoy Shopping Center in Atakoy, İstanbul will provide a contemporary and alternate option to the shopping experience. The new center takes advantage of its urban location and injects the area with a larger sense of urban renewal.

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IMG_5828GAD’s architectural strategy works with the building’s facade. The building’s facade performs as a variation of alternating surfaces. The facade responses differently based on north, south, east and west coordinates. The urban fabric on these coordinates also varies from residential, commercial, to urban infrastructure. The project’s program is arranged to actively engage both the customers and merchants with a diverse and modern shopping experience.

Location: Ataköy, Istanbul, Turkey
Architects: GAD – Gökhan Avcıoğlu & Dara Kırmızıtoprak
Type of Project: Retail
Structural Engineers: Yapı Teknik Private Company
Project Architect:
Gökhan Avcıoğlu – GAD & Dara Kırmızıtoprak
Design Team:
GAD; Ozan Ertuğ, Barış Uçar, Ayhan Ürgüplü, Dara Kirmizitoprak; Gökhan İmre, Banu Kahraman Cilan, Dilek Bostan Akyol, Oya Özyazgan Oruç, Sanem Yılburak, Serhat Altıbilek, Zeyneb Yavuzvarnalı
Client: Delta Project Construction Company and Partners
Design start date:2008
Start on site date:
2008
Construction duration:
2008-2009
Gross internal floor area:
97.331 sqm
M&E consultant:
Sağdıkoğlu Engineering & Tepaş Engineering
Planning supervisor:
Önder Hilaloğlu
Main contractor:
Delta Proje İnş. Tur. San. Ve Tic. A.Ş. and Partners
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