The House Hotel and Residence Bomonti
Yenigün Insaat
Interiors
 
Masterminded by development consultants FYP for Turkish developer Yenigün Insaat, this innovative mixed use development comprises 51 hotel rooms and 155 residences, which will both be operated by the House Group. The compact serviced apartments have been strategically designed to maximise on internal space whilst benefitting from the unique offerings of the hotel and residence communal areas. There are also plans for co-working spaces and a fitness and spa facility to complete the lifestyle offerings.

Bomonti, an eclectic and cosmopolitan area, is known for its history of craft and manufacturing ever since the Bomonti Brothers established Turkey’s first commercial beer brewery there over 120 years ago.

We were inspired by this exciting mix of edgy urban atmosphere and bold industrial heritage, which developed into a design approach that is contemporary and strong, with a refined industrial aesthetic.
 
The layouts, for instance, reflect a modern lifestyle that chooses to dispense with any unnecessary elements and materials and instead focuses on the needs of a contemporary lifestyle.

The base palette is industrial and monochromatic - concrete floors and walls, natural stones and black-framed factory-style glazing –offset by elegant detailing and rich textures of marble and timber to result in a sophisticated modern style that does not rely on the traditional manifestations of luxury.

The softer furniture elements and carefully considered artwork create a homely counterpoint to the base materials and introduce a balanced colour palette to the interior.

Masterminded by development consultants FYP for Turkish developer Yenigün Insaat, this innovative mixed use development comprises 51 hotel rooms and 155 residences, which will both be operated by the House Group. The compact serviced apartments have been strategically designed to maximise on internal space whilst benefitting from the unique offerings of the hotel and residence communal areas. There are also plans for co-working spaces and a fitness and spa facility to complete the lifestyle offerings.

Bomonti, an eclectic and cosmopolitan area, is known for its history of craft and manufacturing ever since the Bomonti Brothers established Turkey’s first commercial beer brewery there over 120 years ago.

We were inspired by this exciting mix of edgy urban atmosphere and bold industrial heritage, which developed into a design approach that is contemporary and strong, with a refined industrial aesthetic.
 
The layouts, for instance, reflect a modern lifestyle that chooses to dispense with any unnecessary elements and materials and instead focuses on the needs of a contemporary lifestyle.

The base palette is industrial and monochromatic - concrete floors and walls, natural stones and black-framed factory-style glazing –offset by elegant detailing and rich textures of marble and timber to result in a sophisticated modern style that does not rely on the traditional manifestations of luxury.

The softer furniture elements and carefully considered artwork create a homely counterpoint to the base materials and introduce a balanced colour palette to the interior.

 
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Our projects always start with a story, a narrative that captures the imagination and allows us to develop the design language consistently. We were inspired by the exciting mix between its edgy urban atmosphere and bold industrial heritage.
 
Tina Norden, Project Director Conran and Partners
 
 
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