Found in Gümüşlük, Turkey, Gumus Su Villas is a task finished by Cirakoglu Architects.
The rustic house has gorgeous views above the surrounding rolling hills, and a rough and warm interior.
Gumus Su Villas by Cirakoglu Architects:
“Gumus Su Villas are situated over the hills of Gümüslük Village, Bodrum, a tranquil harbour with over the 4000 years of historical and cultural heritage.
The urge to develop a tranquil unity with the amazing nature formed the basis of our architectural technique.
The fundamental notion was to define the single home unit strictly inside a square, repeat it 5 occasions inside of the internet site and then leave the rest of the internet site to the nature.
The rooms that make up a single unit are detached as personal blocks so as to develop semi-open spaces in amongst.
The lounge, bedrooms, and bathrooms units that comprise every residence are presented as blocks that are independent of every single other.
The open spaces among these units are reminiscent of shady narrow back-streets that let cooling breezes to pass by way of.
The houses’ open courtyard, swimming pool and sun terrace were conceived as intrinsic parts of the building. When all the elements are brought collectively, they form a distinct quadrangle and are shaded by a bamboo cane-operate canopy.
The stone walls and the wide glass surfaces define the distinct locations of the residence in the most simple style.
The place of the existing trees was 1 of the significant consideration for the internet site layout.
The outstanding view of the sea and landscape also guided the layout decisions.
Major concern was to make use of conventional techniques to supply power efficiency. Thick stone walls and double walls provide sufficient thermal insulation. The bamboo shelter creates a secondary shading component in buy to assist to hold interiors great. The semi open circulation regions lets the breeze into the living spaces.
Nearly all supplies are local and all-natural resources which are utilised in the surrounding traditional buildings.”Basement
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