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Ayazpaşa House by Autoban

By • May 14, 2012

Turkish studio Autoban has designed the interior of the Ayazpaşa House in Beyoğlu, a district located on the European side of Istanbul, Turkey.

Dining Room before
Reading Corner Before

Ayazpaşa House by Autoban:

“Ayazpaşa house gets a fresh new makeover. Displaying more recent pieces from the Autoban collection including the cosy Nest Chair and a specially enlarged version of the Deco Sofa, the house is given a sleeker, more dramatic look. The flat has an extremely high ceiling, another dramatic feature that originally set the scene for the design of the space.

The kitchen has an ornate gold ceiling as its most significant feature, so the design on the floor level is kept simpler, with all the appliances integrated in a single large marble block. Wood is used for the cupboards for a stunning contrast of materials, while providing a breath of warmth to the space. The marble bathroom bears a strong reference to the Turkish hammam culture, and features a massive washbasin with brass legs and a thick marble framed mirror hanging above.”

Photos by: Ali Bekman

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