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Rooms 44   Architecture Autoban   Interior Design Autoban
The Original Ferit Baltacioglu, Canan Özdemir

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Rooms
44
Architecture
Autoban
Interior
Design Autoban
The Original Ferit Baltacioglu, Canan Özdemir

Architecture

A STYLISH PIED-A-TERRE

From the moment that guests slip inside the cloistered entrance on Abdi İpekçi Caddesi – Istanbul’s most exclusive shopping street – they’re transported to a place where lavish shapes flourish and shine. All five floors of the hotel were styled by Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Caglar of Turkish design powerhouse Autoban. In the lobby, which sits one floor above street level, two beige sofas fill up a wide bay window, mirroring each other like a pair of closed brackets. Underfoot, dark wooden boards run the length of the narrow room, pointing toward a bar-restaurant that doubles as a sociable breakfast area.

Interior Design

Autoban

Many of the rooms have separate terraces or views over the Bosphorus, and some even showcase the latest pieces of furniture by Autoban, including the Daisy and Throne series. Beds with soft goose down duvets stand out against the dark wooden desks and light brown wall panels. Bathrooms, separated from the sleeping spaces by sheets of see-through glass, are bright and bold, with marbled lines of greyish blue. For those seeking privacy, neat venetian blinds can be drawn down. 

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