Inside Role Technique’s Elegant Istanbul Office
Role Technique, a Turkish company specializing in hardware, plumbing and heating equipment, recently hired architecture & interior design firm EDDA Architecture, to design their new headquarters in Istanbul, Turkey.
“EDDA Architecture, which dealt the Role Technique office as a structure, whose rough construction was completed, provided maximum benefiting from the natural light as making revisions on the facade. With this target, while designing the three facade of the building, a transparent and a spacious atmosphere was provided in the interior spaces which were receiving plentiful light. By the separated walls’ being completely glass. As rearranging the current circulation areas, in the project where the ground entrance axes were taken into the middle, the departments were placed around this entrance axe. While forming an exhibition area where the products of the firm were placed in the welcoming reception area, a green garden was also placed in the middle axe of the gallery planned between the basement and first floor. Panels were formed on the walls of all departments with visuals, convenient to the activities and services of the firm. As arranging one storey of the building as the management storey, the company shareholders and senior staff were placed into this storey. In the terrace floor, a café and a restaurant area were formed for the employees to eat their meals, to become distant from the intensity of the business life and stress. In this storey, there was also a recreation area which had an exit to terrace. The Interface Stepforward carpettile was generally used on the floors of the office. Mermaid coating were predominantly used in the circulation areas. While lightening products were selected from the Avolux firm, the linear lightening were designed as special to the project. All the office armchairs and chairs were selected from the products of the Connection brand,” says EDDA Architecture
- Location: Istanbul, Turkey
- Date completed: 2017
- Size: 21,527 square feet
- Design: EDDA Architecture