35th Street / TEGET


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  • Architects: TEGET
  • Location: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Architect In Charge: Mehmet Kütükçüoğlu, Ertuğ Uçar
  • Area: 100000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: Cemal Emden
  • Light Gauge Steel Project : Akkon Construction
  • Statical Project : Yapı Akademisi Engineering
  • Mechanical / Infrastructure Project : Tanrıöver Engineering
  • Electrical Project : ECC Engineering

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Text description provided by the architects. Located in Northern part of İzmir,Ulukent 35th Street Project is formed by the topography of its context. The site is a steep slope which has 60 meters difference in height.


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Sketch

Sketch

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The project is a 2 kilometers long curvilinear circulation spine which extends and grows into private spaces, social amenities as well as infrastructural facilities. Spine arrayed along the slope, provides a range of public and private spaces including cafes, bookshops and common spaces and creates a dynamic geneaolgy. This plan allows unique views overlooking

Section View
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Isometric Section - Floor Plan
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fields along the corridor, opens up range of different sequences along the spine.


Section View

Section View

An archetypical section of the project consists of a continuos underground driveway between parking lots on both sides, a pedestrian street above, and townhouses attached to it. This scheme allows optimized distances between car-parks and the houses, which also helps gaining green areas by embedding parking lots underground.


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© Cemal Emden

Isometric Section - Floor Plan

Isometric Section – Floor Plan

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© Cemal Emden

Product Description:

This is the biggest, Breeam Certificated, Light Gauge Steel Housing Project in Turkey. The Light Gauge system as a sustainable building method helps us to create a sustainable, rapid solution for this housing Project. 


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