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Turkmen House – Spacious City Apartment by Escapefromsofa in Istanbul

Turkmen House: Spacious City Apartment by Escapefromsofa in Istanbul

Designer: Escapefromsofa
Project: Turkmen House
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Area: 300 sqm
Year: 2017
Photography: İbrahim Özbunar

Turkmen House is a spacious city apartment situated at İstanbul Zorlu Center’s residences. It is a high end Shopping and performance center at Besiktas.

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The Flat is combined of a large living room a spacious kitchen constructed with bulthaup cabinets, three bedroom with integrated bathrooms, one of them utilized as a laundry room, a master bedroom with a walk in closet and an integrated spacious bathroom, finally a guest toilet.

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Our design approach for this apartment was to create a stylish family friendly environment that reflected the clients lifestyle at its best.

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Our priority was to create a synchronized style in between the rooms while customizing the the rooms with different materials and furnishings, designed to create a better functional space flow and differentiate the common usage of residential apartment usages.

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A variety of Turkish and Italian marbles used as the main style element both in construction and furnishing stages. Meshed with beautiful metals and different types of wood and a rich palette of fabrics.

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The Turkmen house is furnished with Escapefromsofa ‘s custom designed furnitures, fabrics and accessories.

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