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Witt Istanbul Suites Hotel Interior by Autoban

Turkish design studio Autoban, designed the interiors of the Witt Istanbul Suites Hotel.

From Autoban:

Each room was designed as one space where you can eat, rest and sleep. Patterns made from laser cut wood or iron create layers, and combine with existing Autoban furniture. The bathroom walls are made of traditional Marmara marble which is the main material in the Ottoman architectural style. The whole ambiance provides a unique experience where the visitors can broaden their horizons and breathe Istanbul.

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The House Hotel Nisantasi Interior by Autoban

Turkish design studio Autoban have completed the interior design for the House Hotel in the Nisantasi neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey.

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The House Hotel Ni?anta??, The House Café chains second hotel Project is located in Ni?anta??, Istanbul’s most stylish shopping district. The House Hotel, is a 45 room humbly luxurious hotel offering 5 types of accommodation: Classic, Deluxe, Junior, Terrace Deluxe and Terrace Junior. The rooms feature exclusive details such as a compact bar, a wine stack and transparent bathroom walls that enhance the living experience. Contrary to the graphic and sharp interiors of the hotel, Autoban has made a new series of custom-made furniture that favor fluent and smooth forms.

Turkish Airlines CIP Lounge by Autoban

Autoban have designed the Turkish Airlines CIP Lounge in Istanbul, Turkey.

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Description from Autoban:

Turkey’s national airline, Turkish Airlines’ new CIP lounge has been opened at the Ataturk Airport International Departures in Istanbul. Designed by Autoban’s architectural standpoint, the lounge is spread over 3000m2, with a daily capacity of 2000 people.

Taking into account the primary purpose of the space – to transmit the “Contemporary Turkey Experience” to Turkish Airlines passengers – the design concept is based on the idea of a second shell within the existing shell of the airport hall. The main structure, established by making use of the traditional architectural arcade system, consists of a combination of global forms. These plain spheres create interior combinations by dividing the place into sections, allowing transitions between them.

CIP Lounge’s each module undertakes a different function. Services like resting rooms, restaurant, tea garden, library, movie theater and so on provide passengers a chance to experience each and every different interior separately. Spatial organization, which gives the sense of discovering while moving through the lounge; is the natural outcome of the desired architectural layer, which places the mentioned “experience” forward.

Black channels, located in the merging points of modules, are designed to allow mechanical and electrical systems. These channels are among the vital details that bring visual balance to modules which are produced in accordance with the understanding of industrial design.