Situated in Istanbul, Turkey, this multi-degree personal residence was designed by native inside designer Tanju Özelgin.
Description by Tanju Özelgin The T House, by Istanbul based mostly designer Tanju Özelgin, is a multi-degree personal residential inside in Istanbul’s Bosphorus district. Objective of the undertaking is to create a contemporary area by combining native types and supplies. As in lots of Özelgin’s different interiors, The T House reveals a degree of favor and style uncommon in design in Turkey. In this undertaking, Özelgin has used tough stone and uncooked concrete combined with polished marble, wooden and glass for the inside and sections of the outside. Also the widespread use of stone surfaces on partitions, flooring and exterior areas may be thought-about for instance of using native parts. Besides, using stonewall panels within the main dwelling areas is likely one of the most essential options of the design. All of those are complemented by large plank wooden parquet flooring. The polished marble tables are probably the most distinctive items of furnishings. The clean mild coloured marble surfaces on the tables and in across the staircase flooring enhances the tough gray granite partitions. The grained marble tops of middle eating desk and low desk give the lounge a particular look. These darkish gray marble surfaces are current by way of these circulation areas persevering with to the higher flooring gallery. Wood wall panles positioned in a sq. geometry within the staircase wall appears complementary with the warmth handled iron. The use of those robust textures is the idea of the inside design of the T House and in addition is highlighted by the gathering of in-constructed and free standing furnishings and artwork work. Visit Tanju Özelgin