Design: Boran Ekinci Architects. Şişli City Hall is located in Şişli, one of the most busiest center of Istanbul. The building is surrounded by school buildings, rises as a welcoming image at the intersection of major road junction.
Design: GVDS – Gorkem Volkan Design Studio, Architects. This retail project is distinguished from stereotypical shopping malls with its innovative concept of a recreational center focusing only on gastronomy and entertainment.
Design: ERA Architects. Since the IT occupants spend most of their time in a digital environment, concentrated on their screen, the design’s main goal was to create a place of comfort with natural daylight and wide views of the horizon.
Design: SO? Architecture and Ideas. Interactive suspended garden in Ortaköy Square, one of the most touristic spaces in Istanbul. Putting a garden on the ground in such a congested area would reduce the walkable surface and make the square even more dense.
Architects: RSG Interior Design. Reflecting the prestige of the luxury real estate property, rising in Zeytinburnu, Istanbul and inspired from nature within its details of design; the Sales Office Yedi Mavi is now completed.
Design: BFTA Mimarlik, architects. Located in Pendik, a rapidly-growing business district on the Asian side of Istanbul, this 60m tall tower building is on the edge of the oldest highway of the city, with 77 offices on 20 floors.
Design: Aecom with Pininfarina. Groundbreaking for winner of the 2016 International Architecture Award, a 90-m-tall tulip-shaped tower at what will be the world’s largest airport ‘built from scratch’.
Tabanlıoğlu Architects, known for producing internationally relevant, contemporary architecture across the world has embarked on the restoration works of one of Istanbul’s most prominent libraries; Beyazıt Public Library with its rare books and manuscript collection.
Design: HPP International Turkey. Four years after opening their Istanbul office, HPP have completed their first major project in Turkey. The 26-storey office tower has been succinctly named “AND” after the client, the multinational Anadolu Group.
Design: Chapman Taylor. The vast scheme was launched at MIPIM 2016: set along the Marmara Sea with a new community built along the Istanbul Kazlicesme coastal road, it promises to be a highly sought after new residential quarter.
Architects RMJM Istanbul has been shortlisted in a global competition to design the iconic 95m high Airport Traffic Control (ATC) Tower of Istanbul New Airport, due to open in 2018.
Design: GAD. The refurbishment of the Besiktas Fish Market is not a design and realization process that was prosecuted in an accustomed manner. It is not intended to be carried through to an incomputable state.
The architectural decisions were constituted with a simplistic approach to form and solutions, in order to allow and welcome revolution in this 26x23m triangular space.
At the base of a rocky cliff face on the Turkish coast now stands The Babylon Beach Club housing the Monk Restaurant. Designed by architect Selin Maner, the beach club is a year round restaurant and concert venue.
Design: Gokhan Avcioglu & GAD. It’s so ambitious and courageous that the word food court just falls short. Cadde opens in Mecidiyeköy, Istanbul, bringing more than 25 carefully chosen fashion and lifestyle retailers and of course restaurants on Trump Towers’ roof terrace and turns it in to much more than what you might expect from any other mall.
Design: Tabanlioglu Architects. The site is located at the Asian side of Istanbul, between two parallel roads, one being the highway to Istanbul’s second international airport Sabiha Gökçen.
Design: Chapman Taylor, Architects. Istanbul’s largest mixed-use project nears completion, an ambitious mixed-use development sitting on the northern outskirts of Istanbul: two 42-storey landmark tower buildings.
Design: Tabanlıoğlu Architects. The owner of the pharmaceutical company is an elderly couple who would like the house feeling at the office; accordingly the building design relates to traditional Istanbul waterside mansions.
Former patriarchal basilica, converted into a museum by the Republic of Turkey in 1935. Byzantine architecture for the Eastern Orthodox Church: the argest cathedral in the world for almost a thousand years, until Seville Cathedral in 1520.