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Emre Arolat Architects : context and plurality

Author: Philip Jodidio; Süha Özkan
Publisher: New York : Skira Rizzoli, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The complete volume on the buildings and urban projects by Istanbul-based firm Emre Arolat Architects (EAA), the Turkish firm that won the 2010 Aga Khan Award for Architecture. Emre Arolat Architects is a compilation of extraordinary and innovative projects by this award-winning architecture firm, founded in 2004 by Emre Arolat and Gonca Paolar. The scope of EAA's projects is all-encompassing, from luxury hotels to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bildband
History
Named Person: Emre Arolat
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Jodidio; Süha Özkan
ISBN: 9780847840854 0847840859
OCLC Number: 855704139
Description: 288 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm
Contents: Context and plurality: the architecture of Emre Arolat and EAA / Suha Özkan --
Drawing what you think: the work of EAA / Philip Jodidio --
Projects : Dalaman International Airport terminal, Muǧla, Turkey --
Lara Kervansaray Hotel and Conference Center, Antalya, Turkey --
Minicity Theme Park, Antalya, Turkey --
Maksimum Houses, Istanbul, Turkey --
Kemerlife XXI, Istanbul, Turkey --
Evidea housing, Istanbul, Turkey --
SantralIstanbul Contemporary Arts Museum, Istanbul, Turkey --
İpekyol Textile Factory, Edirne, Turkey --
Çubuklu Vadi homes, Istanbul, Turkey --
Arketip housing, Istanbul, Turkey --
Ulus Savoy residences, Istanbul, Turkey --
Eyüp Cultural Center and Marriage Hall, Istanbul, Turkey --
Göktürk hybrid housing, Istanbul, Turkey --
Folkart Narlıdere housing, Izmir, Turkey --
Sabiha Gökçen International Airport terminal, Istanbul, Turkey --
7800 Çeşme residences and hotel, Izmir, Turkey --
Raif Dinçkök Cultural Center, Yalova, Turkey --
Le Méridien Hotel Istanbul, Turkey --
Zorlu Center, Istanbul, Turkey --
Tekfen Kaǧıthane office park, Istanbul, Turkey --
Maslak no. 1 office tower, Istanbul, Turkey --
Mecidiyeköy Towers, Istanbul, Turkey --
Bergama Cultural Center, Bergama, Turkey --
Vicem Bodrum residences, Bodrum, Turkey --
Antakya Museum Hotel, Antakya, Turkey --
Sancaklar Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey --
Cendere Valley urban design project, Istanbul, Turkey --
Çukurova regional airport complex, Adana, Turkey --
Prague Turkish Embassy, Prague, Czech Republic --
Yalıkavak Marina Entertainment Island, Bodrum, Turkey --
AGÜ City Campus. Kayseri, Turkey --
Varyap Yalıkavak Villas, Yalıkavak, Bodrum, Turkey --
METU Research Center, Ankara, Turkey.
Other Titles: EAA, Emre Arolat Architects
Responsibility: by Philip Jodidio, Suha Ozkan.

Abstract:

The complete volume on the buildings and urban projects by Istanbul-based firm Emre Arolat Architects (EAA), the Turkish firm that won the 2010 Aga Khan Award for Architecture. Emre Arolat Architects is a compilation of extraordinary and innovative projects by this award-winning architecture firm, founded in 2004 by Emre Arolat and Gonca Paolar. The scope of EAA's projects is all-encompassing, from luxury hotels to factories. EAA's roots are in modernism's honesty of structure, expression, and materials, yet they are undeniably influenced by Turkish vernacular. The book highlights thirty-four projects across Turkey, including the Istanbul Museum of Contemporary Art, Antakya Museum Hotel, Cukurova Regional Airport, Yalikavak Palmarina, Sancaklar Mosque, and Le Meridien Istanbul Etiler.

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