The project consists of 14 villas on a total area of 6500 m², consisting of two separate plots surrounded by forest land, far from the city center. In the initial process of the project, natural conditions such as topography, climate, solar orientation and wind were examined in detail and two villa types were formed.The aim of the project is to create a housing community that can be a part of nature and can minimize environmental factors such as temperature and wind by designing comfortable spaces.
International architectural solutions for the climatic conditions of the Mediterranean region were examined and analyzed together with topography and environmental effects. In addition, space solutions based on the appropriate indoor and outdoor relations were developed.
For each villa, multiple terraces which can be used at different times during the day were designed, and window layouts and skylight solutions were developed to support natural ventilation.The site plan is determined by trying to preserve the existing tree texture, and evaluating the relationship between the location of each villa and the landscape. The structure of the plan, which supports both the common and the individual life, is modeled on the organic textures.
Shadow and topography analyzes were made by using the plug-ins of 3D programs. A project that is compatible with the current building technology has been designed by combining these analyzes and local architectural examples. Using PV panels, each house is planned to produce its own electricity. In addition, building structures and roofing materials have been designed.
Kerem Erginoğlu, Aslı İngenç Bölükbaş, Seda Duran