The luxury villa living concept on Epique Island in Yalıkavak, Bodrum, Turkey designed by Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects (SAOTA) is where casual living and sophisticated environments merge.
A tasteful mix of stone, cement, steel and wood create the perfect ambiance for this stylish duplex apartment on trendy Serdar-i Ekrem Street in the Galata district (modern Karaköy) in Istanbul, Turkey.
Located just outside the village of Yalikavak on Bodrum Peninsula in Turkey, this residential project is sited on a dramatical hillside over looking Yalikavak Bay.
Designed by architect Richard Meier, the five houses each have 330 square meters (3,552 sq. ft.) plus another 40-square-meter (430 sq. ft.) guest house.
Built on a steep hill in Ankara, Turkey, the Orange House enjoys views of the urban area and Middle East Technical University Forest. This contemporary residence designed by Architecture firm Yazgan Design combines a chic looking modern interior with a polished exterior and a steel building structure that go well with the terrain and climate of the place. The colourful interior has a retro modern vibe, and the lightings of both the interior provide a vibrant atmosphere.
Situated on the European bank of the Bosphorus, the Four Seasons Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey is an eclectic blend of 19th-century grandness and fresh contemporary elegance. The interior design by Istanbul firm Metex Design Group is bright and airy, with Ottoman period design details and contemporary furnishings. The lavish marble bathrooms with wooden vanity and deep soaking tub provide exquisite luxury for this waterfront palace.