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Datca House made of local stone in Turkey designed by Motto Architecture
Turkey Architecture News - Jul 25, 2016 - 10:40 19864 views
Turkey-based architecture studio Motto Architecture has proposed a family house made out of a local stone while adding new functions to the house including passive ventilation, storage and bookshelf to enhance daily life in the house.
The house lies on a low density summer house neighborhood overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Datça, Turkey. The house makes the most of the beautiful Mediterranean views by positioning spaces with intense daily use on the southern façade.
A hall in the first floor consists of working +relaxing space
The living space extends to the viewing terrace on the south, which can be merged effortlessly by sliding the glass façades open. All circulation and service spaces are positioned on the northern façade to enhance the building’s dialogue with its environment, as well as increasing the efficiency of the use of daylight.
Living area also presented as relaxing space
The house presents a very compact living space with its authentic form and materiality -is differentiated through its hipped roof. The stone material is used inside and harmonized with wood material referencing to the locality in the context. In the interior spaces, the stone walls are used as bookshelf and fire place to collect other stuff of the house.
Living +kitchen area
Motto Architecture, led by Onur Ozkoc and Heves Beseli, is a winner of WA Awards in the 19th and 20th Cycle with NorthGate and Turkish Shooting and Hunting Federation 90th Anniversary Capital Polygon Complex.
Section showing functions
Location: Datca, Mugla, Turkey
Design team: Onur Ozkoc, Heves Beseli, Yucel Sala, Hakan Sanli, Derya Fidan Cakiroglu, Oyku Varli
Consultants: Ozun Proje (Structural) Beseli Engineering (Mechanical)
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