Hebil 157 Houses by Aytac Architects
Architects: Aytac Architects
Location: Bodrum, Turkey
Area: 4791 sqm
Photo courtesy: Ferit Gelgeç & Mehmet Okutan
Hebil 157 Houses is an indication of this thought. Situated in the North of Bodrum Peninsula, five novel estates are spread more than five sections of land disregarding the quiet display of Hebil Bay. Affected by the site strengths, size, geometry and introduction of the estates change. All similarly profit by unlimited and superb perspectives of the cove as they connect with the encompassing Aegean Landscape, and the Mediterranean Breeze.The five manors are molded and framed like the solidified magma streams of the fabulous Volcano Kos once situated close to the Hebil 157 site. Ejecting out of the landscape drastically, the vortexing “Bodrum White” masses converge once again into the ground in serenity, scrutinizing the relationship in the middle of figure and ground. Grasping the exceptionally old olive tree, the focal yard goes about as the starting point of the radial power in every building. The yard shaping the building’s heart and the focal point of the vortex is a profoundly etched and verbalized space. Its envelope has a chimney, stockpiling and interface units and also giving cross ventilation all through the building, accordingly lessening vitality utilization for cooling.
Expansive glass surfaces bring the Mediterranean scene inside, obscuring the division in the middle of inside and outside.The impact of the spring of gushing lava is experienced both in materiality and spatial association. The spaces are smoothly joined, dismissing compartmentalization.
No stone other than volcanic basalt has been utilized as a part of the inside spaces. For the outer spaces, neighborhood volcanic agglomerate, the yield of in-situ unearthings has been utilized extensively.The venture researches the rich relationship between the flow and complex strengths of nature, which changes into an unwinding remedial environment, ornamented with ten thousand lavenders.