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Tashluk Coffee House

Taşlik Coffee House

Istanbul, Turkey

Built on the edge of the high retaining wall of the "Taslik" promenade with an exquisite view of the Bosphorous. A small structure designed as part of a public park scheme. Its plan adopts the "Turkish house" type with a central halll making an acknowledged reference to the 17th century example of Amcazade Koprulu Huseyin Pasa Yalisi. The reinforced concrete structural frame is combined by an extensive use of wood finishing on both the exterior and the interior.

DATE

1948

ASSOCIATED NAMES

  • Sedad Hakki Eldem (architect)

BUILDING TYPE

commercial

BUILDING USAGE

café/coffee shop

Architect Sedad Eldem

Location- Istanbul, Turkey

Date 1948 - timeline

Building Type - coffee house, restaurant, cafe

Construction System - masonry base, timber frame above

Climate - warm temperate

Context- waterfront park

Style- Modern Neo-Vernacular

Notes- Tashluk Coffee House

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