It is the first floor that house sthe bedrooms bathrooms and other private areas with the garden level and the ground level containing multiple living spaces kitchen kitchenette dining area and other public zones.
As is the case with most aged homes poorly planned additions and a weary structure tend to create an interior that is neither practical nor aesthetic. The in is no different as it was originally built in 1970’s with an interior that is far too compartmentalized and constraining.
That’s right; are currently reshaping more modest urban homes all over the world. The idea might not be revolutionary in itself but architect Manuel Ocaña definitely gives it a fresh new upgrade with his ingenious design of three different apartments in Spain.
The series of two-and-four-bedroom villas designed by Omar Gandhi Architect are draped in wood with large glass windows and sliding doors perfectly framing the mesmerizing scenery outside. It truly is a world in itself!
With décor that barely disturbs the sense of serenity inside the house the new homeowners are bound to appreciate the relaxing and rejuvenating atmosphere of the even as they enjoy a view of bustling Istanbul just outside the window!
At the front the classic Edwardian home and its street facade are left undisturbed with three large bedrooms a dining area sweeping hallway and formal lounge finding space here. It is the rear half of the home that gets a dramatic makeover with two small gable roof additions that contain the family room and the master bedroom.