A Secluded Heaven in a Chaotic Metropolis: C.V. House
venture: C.V. HouseInterior design: place: Istanbul, TurkeyPhotographs via: Courtesy of
C.V. residence, that is designed by way of Ofist, an Istanbul primarily based innovative layout studio has a fascinating interior layout so that it will make you feel like you're in a secluded heaven inside the center of any such crowded, hasty, chaotic metropolis like Istanbul.This lovely house is really positioned in one among Istanbul’s maximum high priced neighborhoods – Bebek. The vicinity itself placed plenty of stress on the designers because they desired this smooth domestic to look and feel in keeping with its place.
positioned in Bebek, that is maybe the most tasteful, chick, expensive and all time favorite community of Istanbul, C.V. house is an city, stylish, present day residence with a personal garden in Ayse Sultan Woods and a fantastic view over Bosphorus.
it's far form of ironic how the householder moved from an ‘all black’ residence into the sort of light ‘all white’ house, however alternatively kind of understandable, seeing that they would both want very neat, meticulous, hygienic hosts.
it is designed as an all white house complete of mild, with some iconic contemporary furnishings. the first floor acts as a residing place even as the ground floor is a comfortable nest for a visitor. White painted timber laths keep all over the residence, reminding the antique Istanbul Bosphorus houses, while growing a swish, smooth, continuous environment.
White staircases nearly disappear within the general whiteness and simplicity. however the kitchenette and the bathe/wc cabin on the ground ground pops out. The en-suite toilet in right here is designed as a constructed in corner, covered all round with the most traditional, commonplace, regional marble Marmara, however in an uncommon sample and size of 15x15cm. One side of it designed as the bathe place protected with clear glass, while the opposite facet is more closed for the wc with a stained glass door imitating the marble patterns. The iroko deck wood on the facade allows to emphasize the cabin even more.