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S2OSB Headquarters & Conference Hall / BINAA

  • 02:00 - 28 October, 2016
S2OSB Headquarters & Conference Hall / BINAA
S2OSB Headquarters & Conference Hall / BINAA, © Thomas Mayer
© Thomas Mayer

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Hendek, 54300 Hendek/Sakarya, Turkey
  • Architect in Charge

    Burak Pekoglu
  • Architects

    Burcu Kara, Ecenur Yavuz, Yavuz Selim Can
  • Area

    3000.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

  • Communication Designer

    Yavuz Selim Can
  • Client

    Sakarya 2nd Industrial District Management
  • Client Representative

    Tunay Can (REMA)
  • General Contractor

    Yuksel Avsar (AVSAROGLU)
  • Construction Chiefs

    Zekai Acar & Huseyin Gumus
  • Structural

    EPAS
  • Mechanical

    MEKANIK Proje
  • Electrical

    BERSIS
  • Mechanical Works

    ZIRVE Engineering
  • Electrical Works

    BORTEK Engineering
  • Auditorium

    DEKORIST
  • Façade Contractor

    MAYEM
  • Metal Facade Fabricator

    KASSO Engineering
  • Stone Fabricator

    KARASU Marble
  • More SpecsLess Specs
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© Thomas Mayer

From the architect. Situated in the Sakarya region—some 170 km east of Istanbul, in Turkey’s Hinterland--S2OSB is a pioneering management building, headquarters and conference hall, of our client, Sakarya 2nd Industrial District’s Board of CEO’s. Uniting the vision of their management and engineering teams, it is also an iconic structure in the area, engaging people into a new way of looking. 

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© Thomas Mayer

A new way of looking leads to a new way of knowing as it can reflect the core concept of industrial development. A new and unexpected presence creates a unique character for the area and provokes people’s thinking: they become curious about the end product: How did this structure come about? What is the story behind it? What collaboration took place behind the scenes? 

© Thomas Mayer
© Thomas Mayer
Axonometric
Axonometric
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© Thomas Mayer

The façade is very important in triggering these questions. The façade is the interplay between exterior and interior; it opens one world into another. The envelope is how a building performs, how it expresses itself, similarly to how a garment makes a fashion statement: it is the building’s character. S2OSB’s façade expresses not only the building’s character but also its function. 

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© Thomas Mayer
Detail
Detail
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© Thomas Mayer

The façade, made of thoughtfully crafted metal, wraps around the building and helps communicate the structure’s multi-faceted purpose: from head offices to the conference hall (170 seats). At the conference hall, the geometrically textured shell starts with mostly solid panels followed by perforated panels, increasing rhytmically until they detach as a double facade that filters controlled daylight to the offices. The interior is camouflaged by the exterior whereas the users can see outside. Daylight continuously changes the look of the anodized, satinated, folded, and mathematically orchastrated metal exterior. At night, the lighting design reiterates a dual purpose: at the solid facades, lighting is integrated into rhytmically distributed perforfated panels, which then gets fully perforated at the offices where the internal lighting expresses an alternative perception of the facades’ pattern. Thus, the façade is dynamic and expressive of the building’s purpose in an artful way. 

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© Thomas Mayer

The interior consists of two separate foyers: one serves the offices and the other—the auditorium. The grand canopy allows access on both sides, which provides a semi-enclosed space for larger activities or programs. The conference hall fits inside the solid panels: the inner shell is made of acoustacilly engineered, geometric, laminated wood panels. The natural stone and wood create a warm atmosphere inside, in contrast to the cold metal exterior. The offices are designed specifically for executives and engineers who are in charge of the industrial district and its shared facilities. The building serves the day-to-day needs of the industrial complex but also becomes a bridge to public use by inviting a global audience to its conference hall, for the exchange of knowledge.  

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© Thomas Mayer

The building’s mission is the convergence of various industries and people. Such convergence, on the one hand, opens people’s minds to the great potential that industries hold, and on the other—shows the important role of design and architecture in beginning to realize that potential in Turkey’s Hinterland.

© Thomas Mayer
© Thomas Mayer

Product Description. Principle material used for the project’s façade is aluminum. Specs of the metal is 3mm aluminum sheet, alloy 5754 & tempered H22. Façade panels making process consists of 1500x3000 mm sized sheets being satinated, folded and anodized.    

© Thomas Mayer
© Thomas Mayer

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