In a suburb of Istanbul, a young couple requested a home interior that would unite their collection of antiques with a more modern aesthetic. GAD Architecture took up the challenge and created the impressive Buama House interior renovation.
The home has an appearance of being almost cave-like, enclosed and very comforting. The floors, walls and ceiling all seem to be continuous, with little delineation between them.
Rather than traditional walls and doors to separate each room, the home features multiple levels separated by smooth, low steps. Coupled with small recessed lights in the ceiling, this openness contributes to an overall feeling of organic beauty.
Bathrooms sparkle with fine tiles and are finished perfectly with stone accents. The curved walls surprisingly make the bathroom areas seem cozy and inviting rather than enclosed.
Perhaps the most mesmerizing part of this interior redesign is the stacked fireplace. The gorgeous feature is whimsical but elegant, adding an especially interesting focal point to the home.
The bedroom is particularly noteworthy. With a curved ceiling, rich wood floor, subdued lighting and neutral color palette, this feels like a room that would inspire the most restful – and, dare we say, stylish – sleep ever.