Today we will show you a beautiful house in Turkey, a project by Onur Teke. Elegant and stylish concrete surfaces, lots of glass, timber and open spaces deliver an amazing place. The connection between interior and exterior is also impressive. The abundance of glass delivers a deeper connection with the surrounding nature, really inspiring. And the greatest thing of all is that the house is not only beautiful but also energy efficient taking advantage of solar panels, special opening for cross ventilation and more.
We couldn’t find the architect’s website but we believe the images communicate enough. Check it out. See you next week.
Description: A house for a retired couple who yielded to “the pull of the land” and settled in this Aegean village to start an olive grove. Rather than being a retirement project, T-house is an indication of the owners’ determination to engage with life and ways of doing things in the countryside. It is designed as a family home to be used all year round and further incorporates generous work and storage areas in the form of a spacious working kitchen and an extensive cellar to accommodate the varied activities the couple absorbs themselves in (curing olives, canning, jam-making, etc.).
We found this house at ArchDaily.