Tekfen Holding Real Estate Development Group, which realizes its projects in a user and environment friendly, sustainable, energy-sufficient way as a member of ULI (Urban Land Institute) and GYODER (The Association of Real Estate Investment Companies) and founder member ofÇEDBİK (Turkish Green Building Association), the green building organization founded in Turkey in 2007, is soon to built a new project in Bomonti.
Tekfen Bomanti Apartments, whose architectural concept and design of the project belongs to DB Architecture led by Bünyamin Derman and the interior design to Toner Architecture led by Mustafa Toner, is located in Bomanti district in the city center, which hosts the first regular housings of Istanbul.
The project adopts an approach of combining the texture of the city center with street life. Low-rise building communed with street life also respect the existing style of the region and its history of good neighborhood relations.The architectural philosophy of Bomonti Apartments is based on being in harmony with the existing structure while exploring the new. The building blocks, courtyards, streets and open spaces which have developed in Bomonti over the years are adapted skillfully into the project.
When its neat, clear, well-balanced design and other details sch as its functional forms and the emphasize on sunlight are taken into account, Bomonti Apartments can be considered as in harmony with Bauhaus Style. When Bomonti district, named after Bomonti Factory built in 1902, was initially developed, European Architecture was under the influence of Modernism and Bauhaus style. This ensures Bomonto will never lose its identity and go out of fashion. In this sense, the project has a powerful identity different than similar examples in Istanbul.
Comprising of 3 separate five-storey blocks, the Tekfen Bomonti Apartments feature a common courtyard and passageways. There are 83 units with sizes varying between 57 m2 and 178 m2 and have a variety of floor plans in 1B, 2B and 3B layouts.
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