Dolunay别墅,土耳其 / Foster + Partners




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Situated along the coast of the Aegean Sea in Turkey’s southwestern province of carefully sited amid the natural rugged views.The design uses the natural contours of the site to create a low-rise building that appears as a single storey structure on approach.

▼视频,video © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners


The site is accessed from the north, with a curving road that leads to the drop-off for the villa. The house is embedded within a beautiful Mediterranean garden that offers a multisensory experience with fragrant plants such as thyme and lavender alongside rich seasonal planting and mature olive trees.

▼由场地北侧入口看项目,viewing the project from the north entrance of the site © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners


The main entrance takes you directly to the heart of the villa with the private family quarters to the eastern side, orientated to respond to the contours of the site, and the public living and dining areas to the west, with exceptional views of the setting sun over the Aegean.

▼平面图,plan © Hazel Eynon Cole / Celia Shiels / Foster + Partners

房屋采用了手工制作的木结构屋顶,是Foster + Partners事务所与瑞士公司Blumer Lehmann共同设计完成的。屋顶形态起伏流畅,此外,预制的精密结构所含碳量比典型的混凝土屋顶要少得多,因此更为生态环保。坚固的橡木横梁由钢柱承重,支撑起7.5m的悬臂结构,为室外提供了宽敞的阴影空间,并为后院遮挡了阴凉。

The house features a handcrafted undulating structural timber roof, designed in conjunction with Swiss firm Blumer Lehmann. The prefabricated and precision-engineered structure contains substantially less carbon than a typical concrete roof. The solid structural oak beams rest on steel columns, supporting a large 7.5m cantilever, providing generous outdoor shaded spaces and cool shaded courtyards to the rear.

▼别墅外观概览,overall of the appearance of the villa © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼由泳池看别墅,viewing the project from the pool © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼坚固的橡木横梁由钢柱承重,支撑起7.5m的悬臂结构, solid structural oak beams rest on steel columns, supporting a large 7.5m cantilever © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼屋顶细部,details of the roof © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners


The journey through the villa is from ‘opaque to open’, reflecting the differing levels of privacy throughout and the design seeks to blur the boundaries between inside and outside living, with the large glass doors along the façade that slide back completely providing an unobstructed flow of space between the interior and exterior spaces.

▼由别墅入口透过后部玻璃幕墙可以看到爱琴海,viewing the sea through the glass facade at the entrance of the villa © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼别墅的后部立面完全由通高的玻璃幕墙组成,the large glass doors along the façade © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼大面积的玻璃模糊了室内外生活之间的界限,large areas of glass blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor living © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼餐厅,dining area © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners


The central feature stair that connects the two levels is made from solid Portuguese limestone and is supported through post-tensioned cables running through the stone with no other visible supports. Preserving the purity of the staircase and offering a feeling of lightness, the balustrades are made from thin glass tubes with a timber handrail that has been bent and shaped on site.

▼别墅中心的楼梯成为空间中的亮点,the central feature stair is the highlight of the space © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼楼梯细部,detail of the stair © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners


Inspired by the villa’s immediate surroundings, the natural interior material palette consists of  stone, wood and bronze and features various tones of warm browns and greys found throughout the rocky outcrops and sandy beaches of the site. The choice of oak joinery and leather furnishings provides a relaxed, elegant feel to the coastal retreat. Reflecting the high levels of craftsmanship in the design, each element has been designed to respond to the specific requirements of the client – from hand-carved solid timber doors to bespoke ceramic tiles and basin in the bathrooms.

▼卫生间与家具细部,details of the bathroom and the furniture © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners


There is a smaller sunset pavilion closer to the coast that features natural stone walls, olive groves, wooden tables and a bamboo soffit.

▼海边的日落亭,smaller sunset pavilion closer to the coast © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼夜景,night view © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

▼总平面图,master plan © Foster + Partners

▼地面层平面图,ground level plan © Foster + Partners

▼下层平面图,lower level plan © Foster + Partners

▼立面图,elevations © Foster + Partners

▼剖面图,sections © Foster + Partners

Facts and Figures




Collaborating Architect:Design Group Istanbul, Artiko architects

Structural Engineer:Design Group Istanbul, Matte Construction & Design

Environmental Engineer:Okutan Mühendislik, Ankara.

Landscape Architect:Exterior Architecture, Jan Muse Landscape Designers

Lighting Engineer:Foster + Partners, Design Group Istanbul

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