Just minutes away from the middle of Kayseri in Turkey, this modern residence beautifies and modernizes the visible attraction of this aspect of city. One in a row of 4 homes showcasing the identical conceptual design, the BK House was imagined by Bahadır Kul Architects (BKA). The volumetric 450 sq. meter trendy construction takes benefit of panoramas of the highest mountain in central Anatolia – Mount Erciyes. Resting on a spacious M,000 sq. meter plot, the superbly minimalist construction was adorned with a courtyard and poolside that accentuates its magnificence via simplicity. A spectacularly trendy exterior makes means for a shiny, elegant and open suite of interiors.
Seamlessly related to the outside regardless of the constrained city setting, this residence shows an encouraging metropolis house design. Boasting glass partitions each on the bottom flooring and the personal space upstairs, the house’s architecture captures mild reflecting on the floor of the pool. Light- be it pure, filtered by means of picket blinds or synthetic, flooding the bed room with temper lighting – is a large a part of the design. According to the architects, “the lounge, eating room, kitchen and the doorway corridor covers a central level of the design that opens to gallery area. Besides, all of the features are appearing as a complete area. If you’re within the gallery void, you’ll be able to see the all different areas in all ranges.” Photographs by Ket Kolektif present that metropolis house design made out of glass, timber and aluminum can look elegant and encourage an open way of life, related to the outside.