Ö House, Ankara / Turkey, 2010

Ö Evi, Ankara

 

Ö Evi, bir tek ailenin tasarlanmış haftasonu evi olmasına rağmen, gerektiğinde iki ayrı eve dönüşebilen bir kurgu da tasarlandı. Ankara’nın Sincan ilçesi’ne bağlı Polatlar köyünde yaklaşık 33.000m2 alanlı tarım arazisinde yer alan 350m2 inşaat alanına sahip yapı, zemin katta giriş ve mutfak, 1. katta ise köprü olarak kurgulanan doğal taş kaplı bir kütleye takılmış 2 adet ahşap panjurllarla kaplanmış cam ev’den oluşmaktadır. Yapının en güçlü öğesi tüm kütleleri birleştiren arkaddır. Arkad, ev kullanıımına ayrılan alanı tanımlamanın ötesinde bir tür iç avlu, yarı korunaklı dış mekanlar oluşturur.

Proje künye

Mimari tasarım: R.Güneş Gökçek

Mimari ofis: rggA 

Proje ekibi: Hazel İlkay, Mustafa Taşdemir, Osman Kuran 

Proje tarihi: 2016 

Arsa alanı: 33.060m2 

İnşaat alanı: 350m2 

Statik projesi: Statek Mühendislik 

Mekanik projesi: MPM Proje 

Elektrik projesi: Proma Proje 

Ö House, Ankara

 

Although the Ö house is a weekend house designed for a single-family, it has also been designed as a structure that turns into two separate houses when necessary. Having a construction area of 350 m2 located on a farm land of 33.000m2 in Polatlar village of Sincan district of Ankara province, the building consists of entrance and a kitchen on the ground floor and a glass house covered with 2 wooden shutters plugged into a body covered natural stones designed as a bridge on the first floor. The most powerful element of the building is the arcade combining all the bodies. Arcade creates a kind of inner courtyard, semi-sheltered outdoor spaces, beyond being just a description of the area allocated for home use.

Project facts

Architectural design: R.Güneş Gökçek

Architectural office: rggA 

Project team: Hazel İlkay, Mustafa Taşdemir, Osman Kuran 

Project date: 2016 

Land area: 33.060m2 

Construction area: 350m2 

Structural project: Statek Mühendislik 

Mechanical project: MPM Proje 

Electrical project: Proma Proje 

Ö House, Ankara

 

Although the Ö house is a weekend house designed for a single-family, it has also been designed as a structure that turns into two separate houses when necessary. Having a construction area of 350 m2 located on a farm land of 33.000m2 in Polatlar village of Sincan district of Ankara province, the building consists of entrance and a kitchen on the ground floor and a glass house covered with 2 wooden shutters plugged into a body covered natural stones designed as a bridge on the first floor. The most powerful element of the building is the arcade combining all the bodies. Arcade creates a kind of inner courtyard, semi-sheltered outdoor spaces, beyond being just a description of the area allocated for home use.

Project facts

Architectural design: R.Güneş Gökçek

Architectural office: rggA 

Project team: Hazel İlkay, Mustafa Taşdemir, Osman Kuran 

Project date: 2016 

Land area: 33.060m2 

Construction area: 350m2 

Structural project: Statek Mühendislik 

Mechanical project: MPM Proje 

Electrical project: Proma Proje 

@2017 RGGArchitects 

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