Modern House Architecture: Buama House by GAD

The Bauma House designed by Gad is situated in Istanbul, in a suburb called Beykoz. It keeps the incredible architecture, detail and unique design and structures that you’ll see in the city, but it also has some amazing and creative modern details.

The design is unseamed, with smooth lines, so there’s no actual distinction between the floor, walls, etc. With this focused attention to the modern, endless lines and details, they also found a way to integrate the family who lives there love for antique pieces, and a compounding of various eclectic styles, which can often be hard to incorporate when you have a modern home like this.


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