// arthitectural / Turkey
  • The new campus of TAC SEV is built across from the existing property of Tarsus American College (TAC). Considering its proximity to the historic context of the school, the new campus is conceived, as a design principle, a part of the TAC campus it is separated from by a road that traverses the premises. An […]


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  • This is the design and projects of the sales office for a mixed use building including residences, offices, a shopping mall and a marina on the coast of İzmir. All existing buildings on site were demolished except for one which was on the edge of the site which did not obstruct the construction of the […]


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Located in KIZILAY, city center of ANKARA, TURKEY, “The Garanti Bank Regional Headquarters” has been designed as an ecological green building. The building consists of 15 floors, 8 above and 7 below the ground. In the basement there are 5 car park floors (total of 40 cars), a technical floor and a bank branch floor. […]


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The Gold Street House responds to the rear lane way like character which consists of garage doors, timber back yard fences and at times neglected left over spaces from the terrace houses that front the opposing street. We felt that these homes (like many terrace typologies) abandoned the rear of their Terraces fronting Gold Street […]


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