The Ö House is a contemporary holiday home in the Bodrum region. The linear form of the house is broken into three stone blocks, connected by two transparent glazed segments. The whole interior is conceived a single fluid space: in the absence of partition walls, items of furniture are used to create privacy where required. In the words of the architects, the project 'suggests a modern way of living while keeping a strong relationship with the geography and the view'.
Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Ground floor area: 105 m²; combined floor area: 166 m²; total site area: 4,200 m²