Contemporary Relief for the Interior

Submitted by ALAN Project Art Solutions & Consultancy

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Client: NAZ CITY HOTEL

Location: Istanbul, Turkey

Completion date: 2015

Artwork budget: $75,000

Project Team

Interior Designer

Metex Architecture

Artist

Efe Korkut Kurt

Client

Naz City Hotel

Overview

In Naz City Hotel design process, artwork is designed to fit perfectly instead of the relief-style on the monoblock wall overlooking the central staircase exit volume. It is designed to give a calm yet elegant feeling in the context of the architectural concept, in harmony with the harsh geometric order that forms the interior.

Goals

The main goal for the design of the artworks made for Naz City Hotel is to gain aesthetic value to the interior architecture atmosphere of the hotel. In addition, it is aimed to strengthen the identity value of the space with a unique touch that exceeds the standards of architectural design elements. In addition to the horizontal movements of the interior, spatial quality has been increased with a contemporary relief that covers all floors vertically. The artistic language of the relief between the abstract and the figurative range has increased the perception of the people and the visual interaction with the work.

Process

In this project, the whole process was carried out by moving forward on a common ground as project company owners, interior designer group and ALAN Project design team. Firstly, the design proposions for the project area are developed and then the production of the artworks were started through presentations made to all parties. All the works were produced by our team of artists at our art studios and then installated to their places.

Additional Information

Project Leader: Efe Korkut Kurt Consultant: Pınar Sipahi Graphic Designer: Mecit Polat Architect: Melike Demirbilek