A modern and trendy club house in Istanbul
The clubhouse at the Savoy Ulus residential complex in Istanbul has a resolutely design setting that includes a miniature city on its own. Guided tour of a concentrate of modern and luxury decoration on 1700 m2.
Bar, multimedia room, spa, fitness room, basketball court, outdoor playground and library ... The Club House of Savoy Ulus residential complex perched on the heights of Istanbul, in the chic district of the European shore, is a city all by itself! Dressed in noble materials and punctuated by graphic geometric motifs, Autoban's 1700 m² project graciously marries the asymmetrical lines of the concrete and glass building designed by architect Emre Arolat in the 1980s and 1990s.
Nestled in the heart of this chic residence - whose structure is reminiscent of the church of Le Corbusier Firminy - the Club House is spread over several levels and reflects the micro-architectural approach of the Istanbul studio who chose to nest a shell in a shell. The project's flagship element, space in space, the library fully clad in racks stands in a gigantic transparent glass box in a bright contrast with the ubiquitous concrete and wood. In the adjoining café and parlor, the sleek leather and wood furniture with Autoban's sleek lines calms the movement of the oak and walnut floor.
Enclosed in its glass cage, the library and its monumental shelves run on two levels.
Pool side, the marble is spread from floor to ceiling in two natural colors that blend beautifully with concrete. On the floor, a non-slip treatment has matified, while on the walls, it shines gently. At the bottom of the basins, the azure mosaic takes its ease. Indirect lighting enhances the lines of concrete columns and walls.
Customer: Carmilki / Saruhan corporation. Opening date: 2014. Duration of work: 11 months. Building area: 170 m². Architect: Autoban. Interior Designer: Autoban. Address: Mesrutiet Cad. No. 99/13430 Tepebasi, Istanbul, Turkey. Such. 902,122,438,641. Website: autoban212.com
The furniture with wise lines drawn by Autoban calms the movement of materials that dress the structure.
In the pool, concrete and wood give way to marble.
The Club House of the Savoy Ulus residential complex has everything you need: bar, multimedia room, spa, gym, basketball court, outdoor playground and a library. Perched in the heights of Istanbul, on the city's upscale European side, the residence is a town in itself! In the 1980s and 90s, Ember Arolat created the architectural design of the walls and the walls of the building.
The Club House is nestled in the heart of this chic residence, whose structure is reminiscent of the church designed by Le Corbusier in Firminy, France. Spread over several levels, the Club House demonstrates the Istanbul studio's micro-architectural approach to nesting in a shell. The hallmark of this space-within-space concept is the shelving-lined library that sits in a transparent glass box, in bright contrast to the concrete and wood surrounding it. In the adjoining cafe and lounge, the prosaic furniture of leather and blond wood designed by Autoban calms the movement of the oak and walnut floor.
Customer: Carmilki / Saruhan corporation. Opening date: 2014. Duration of project: 11 months. Total ground area: 1,700 sq. m. Architect: Autoban. Interior designer: Autoban. Address: Mesrutiet Cad. No. 99: / 134430 Tepebasi, Istanbul, Turkey. Such. 902,122,438,641. Website: autoban212.com