Textual content description supplied by the architects. Ovacik Villa is located on a fantastic plot of stepped land with olive timber in a rural space in Ovacik, Cesme, Izmir. The Aegean panorama with its sloped topography is tamed by a system of terraces, bringing practical use for the 4 ranges of gardens.
The doorway is on the top-level backyard, which permits distinctive entry with a panoramic view of the panorama. Massing is cut up with a vertical circulation tower, which separates the bedrooms and the dwelling rooms connecting to the pool backyard stage. The stepped gardens with olive timber observe up in the direction of the decrease ranges.
The structural body of the home is contrasted with the recycled native stone façade infills and the gabled zinc roof. Façade Stone is put in through native craftsman slicing with an axe and becoming by hand in between specified frames across the façade. The circulation tower and the fireside chimney stack are contrasted with darkish plaster cladding.
The stone set up method is impressed by historic native Greek structure across the area. Zinc roof, aluminum elements, and frames are fastidiously built-in to create a scientific composition and transition in between supplies composition. The massing cut up is fastidiously orchestrated between the doorway and the pool backyard ranges, which permits a managed concord because the constructing itself shapes the panorama with stepped gardens.
Ovacik villa was designed by architect Burak Pekoglu for his father Captain Pilot Metin Pekoglu, who misplaced his life in 2020 throughout the pandemic. Ovacik Villa was accomplished within the reminiscence of Captain Pilot Metin Pekoglu by 2022. Pekoglu household continues to nourish the panorama and develop new reminiscences in Ovacik’s home. Each fall season Pekoglu household harvests olives from fifty olive timber. Pure olive oil is processed and shared between household and associates.