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GAD & Gökhan Avcıoğlu | One & Ortakoy

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RT is a mixed use complex currently under construction in the Istanbul neighborhood of Ortakoy.  The project consists of two buildings; one building is residential and the second is commercial and retail.  Nestled next to a hillside, the project will be an iconic step forward in the modernization of the area.

The project’s form, façade and overall organization developed through a series of experimental strategies influenced by contextual elements. GAD’s design solution optimizes the use of the various programs distributed throughout the site. The roofs on both buildings are intended to be landscaped recreational playgrounds. These green roofs lessen the scale of the buildings, merging them with the existing topography. As well, the natural stone façade that wrap both buildings provides a soft skin blending with the natural hillside setting.

Location: Ortakoy, Istanbul, Turkey
Architect: GAD & Gökhan Avcıoğlu
Project Architect: Gökhan Avcıoğlu
Project Team: Barış Uçar, Tahsin İnanıcı, Ozan Ertuğ, Arzu Meyvacı
Contractor: Doğu İnşaat
Project manager: Recep Çiftçi
Chief field engineer: Recep Çiftçi
Project Management: Tahsin İnanıcı, Barış Uçar
Photographs: Tahsin İnanıcı

3d Visualisation: Atölye Mimarlık
Model: Mavi Işık
Project Date: 2007-2008
Construction Date: 2008-2009
Owner: DOĞU
Statical Project: Sigma Mühendislik
Electrical Project: Latek
Mechanical Project: Detay Yapı Mühendislik
Landscaping Project: Trafo Mimarlar
Construction type: Betonarme
Site Area: 12000 square meters
Total property size: 56,100 square meters
Residential building: 34,257  square meters, 100 apartment units, 6  floors + roof, recreational rooftop, 2 pools, sports center
Commercial building: 21,843 square meters, 2 floors, recreational rooftop, parking (underground)
Parking spaces: 264 residential building, 180 commercial building

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