Seaside Villa

Izmir / Turkey / 2011

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Located in a private bay down the coast from Izmir, Turkey, the villa is part of a larger complex. The brief was for the complete fitout and the design evolved around a desire to create a strong internal identity. Proximity to the sea and the rich Turkish context lent themselves as natural inspirations for the interiors marked by use of rich elemental materials and objects like teak roots, thick solid tables made of Suar and tamarind, copper and bronze metals and a vibrant mix of colours, fabrics and geometric patterns. There is a theatrical quality to every small space. Over scale teak roots, soft draped walls and perforated metal screens create private spaces and yet maintain visual permeability throughout the open plan spaces. Just as the living spaces are light and open, the private bedroom space has a cosier warmer feel with each room having a distinct character.
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    Located in a private bay down the coast from Izmir, Turkey, the villa is part of a larger complex. The brief was for the complete fitout and the design evolved around a desire to create a strong internal identity. Proximity to the sea and the rich Turkish context lent themselves as natural inspirations for the interiors marked by use of rich elemental materials and objects like teak roots, thick solid tables made of Suar and tamarind, copper and bronze metals and a vibrant mix of colours,...

    Project details
    • Year 2011
    • Work finished in 2011
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence / Interior Design
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