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B199 / Oncuoglu Architecture

20:13 - 4 January, 2010

Oncuoglu Architecture designed the B199, a 74.500 m² mix-use development for Istanbul, Turkey.  Inspired by the urban landscape of Istanbul, the project occupies the intersection of the Gultepe and Buyukdere, two districts with different urban patterns.  The project is designed to act as a “bridge integrating the spatial discontinuity between two sides of the site.”

More about the B199 after the break.