T House is a private residential building in the Bosphorus district of Istanbul. the state-of-the-art facility was made by the interior designer Tanju Özelgin created from Istanbul. The aim of the project was to create a modern space by combining local shapes and materials. As in many other Özelgin interior projects, the T House shows a high level of style and excellent taste in design that is rare in Turkey.
State-of-the-art furnishings – gray nuances in the living room
In this project, Özelgin combined rough stone and raw concrete with polished marble, wood and glass. The widespread use of stone surfaces on walls, floors and outdoors can be seen as an example of the use of domestic materials. In addition, the use of stone tiles in the main living rooms is one of the most important highlights of the interior design. These are complemented by dark wooden parquet made of wide planks.
State of the art facility and marble in the living room
The polished marble tables are the most distinctive pieces of furniture in the house. The smooth marble slabs in light colors on the tables complement the coarse gray granite walls in the stairwell. The granular marble tops of the dining and coffee table give the living room an unmistakable look. These dark gray marble surfaces are not only available on the ground floor, but are continued on the upper floor of the apartment. Wooden wall panels placed in a square pattern on the stairwell wall are combined with the heat-treated iron. The use of these strong textures is the foundation for the interior design of the T-house and is also properly shown off through the collection of built-in and freestanding furniture and artwork.
Double height ceiling
Exposed concrete on the wall
built-in lights create effects
Pendant lights above the dining table
dark gray shades