Kolektif Stüdyo


Urla | İzmir








2450 m²

The AA House project, located in Urla, is divided into three main volumes. The main structure, intended for the full-time living of homeowners and their staff, the garage block directly connected to the main structure, and a separate volume designed for guest use within the garden. The design of the main users' structure allows for the interior spaces to be read from the outside through forward and backward movements. Additionally, the entrance design of the main structure is a highlighted feature of the project. A marble surface is chosen for the pathway to the entrance, and the entrance itself is defined by a semi-open shell, enhanced by a grand and striking door design. The custom door handles, abstracted into a logo-like form from the initials of the user's name and surname, add a unique touch. On the ground floor, there are living spaces connected to the garden, a kitchen and dining area, an activity and sports room, as well as rooms for the personnel located near the entrance. Sunshades are strategically positioned to maximize sun angles, creating semi-open defined spaces in front of the living room and kitchen, enhancing their usability during sunset. The first floor is designated for more private and individual spaces. Alongside the master bedroom and two additional bedrooms, this floor includes workshop and office spaces. The guest portion of the project consists of a separate volume that functions as a compact residence, featuring a bedroom, kitchen, and living area. The large veranda at the entrance of this volume serves as a barbecue area for communal use, providing a space where guests and homeowners can spend time together. The roof of both structures is designed to be used as a terrace, with a designated area on the main structure's roof for helicopter landing. Enhancing interaction, the spacious swimming pool in the garden serves both volumes and is accompanied by a fire pit and a jacuzzi. Thanks to the construction of the property within a wooded area, away from crowds, large windows are utilized to maximize daylight exposure and integrate the structure with its natural surroundings. The exterior and ground surfaces are characterized by concrete, stone, and wood, creating a cohesive modern architectural language. The illumination of the building is arranged to emphasize vertical and horizontal elements on the façade, maintaining the intended visual impact even during nighttime.

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