The construction of the house got completed last year and accounts for 3270 sq ft of space. The glass windows form a connection between the outdoor and the indoor. As you can see the building is wrapped in the lush embrace of the vegetation all around and the house merges into the surroundings and at the same time stands out too.
Vegetation is put into use in the most subtlest and beautiful way. The dining room has got a bench seat on one side of the table that maximizes space. A lavishly arranged kid’s room sports large paintings that feature lyrics of Madonna’s “Little Star” acts and they are show stopping pieces.
The design of the ceilings and the walls remind of the vibrant 70s or 80s. Decorations are not just the features that get emphasis here the house also fulfills the demands of all the residents. Designed by Turkish studio Yazgan Design Architecture the has employed all those elements that go well with the climate of Ankara.
There is a comfortable office area for work that does not invade the floor space with its tight against the wall profile. Stacks of books near one of the support columns form an impromptu library sans shelves. A strategically placed white monolith forma a separation of the living room from the rest of the open areas as well as providing for additional display area on top of it.
The kitchen has open shelving lit by a bright yellow Jielde lamp. Each space of this apartment found on Bolig has beautiful details that compose a very personal inviting and museum-like residential space. Which one is your favorite?
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Colors go well with the accessories and furniture that sport contrasting shades. Made up of two concrete slabs that are kept at a distance from each other by concrete plates the construction sees to it that they structurally takes care of the internal division.