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SOMEWHERE BETWEEN EXISTENCE AND NON-EXISTENCE IN THE NATURE

Being one of the most prominent hotels of Bodrum with a history from 1970’s, the successful change and modernisation process of Maça Kızı starting from 2006 bears the signature of Ahmet Alatas Workshop. Project Information: Ahmet Alataş – Photographs: Ali Bekman

 PROJECT NAME: Maça Kızı Hotel- Closed Space Project
START DATE: 2007
STATUS: Complete - 2014
CONSTRUCTION AREA: Maça Kızı Hotel
ARCHITECTURE: Ahmet Alatas Workshop
STRUCTURAL AND FACADE DESIGN: Peter Bauer / Werkraumwien Ingenieure zt gmbh
FACADE SYSTEM: Ahmet Alatas Workshop
PROJECT TEAM: Ahmet Alataş, Emre Acar, Alexander Holzmann, Özlem Çakıl, Arcan Aksakaloğlu, Sezer Elgönenç
The journey of Maça Kızı Hotel established by Ayla Emiroğlu in Bodrum in the second half of 1970's to Türkbükü after Torba and Gölköy is a story of change and modernisation in a sense.
In 2006, Ahmet Alatas Workshop (AAW) has been appointed with the construction project to cater for the closed space needs of the hotel having rooms, beach facilities and an open space restaurant. After the investigation, it has been decided that the only appropriate space for this need was where the existing kitchen and change rooms were located below ground. Two important criteria emerged from the almost invisible design in the structure with an area of 2500 m²: no negative impact on the environment and harmony with the nature.
UNLIMITED INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPACE
The structure, designed independent from time and space, with an understanding of a general concept in the same direction from details to whole and bringing natural materials like steel, glass and wood, presents different experiences to its end users. Fully permeable facade elements on the roofing having an area of 600 m² and with different levels and glass openings on the restaurant, bar and lounge areas reinforce the relationship between its end users and the nature, providing a controlled lighting in the space. This removes the boundaries between the indoor and outdoor space whilst letting the nature in the structure.
 
SLIDING GLASS PANELS
The sliding glass panels have been designed with a tolerance of 3 cm movement in the vertical direction due to the forces on the panels based on the optimisation preference.
In order to have the sliding glass panels work without any problem, the panels and their parts embedded in the structure are custom design. Steel and stainless steel have been used in the manufacturing of the sliding glass panels designed to impact the permeability at the least and counteract the wind forces, with the dimensions of 180 cm x h.420 cm and having 3cm vertical records and embedded frames in the slab and ceiling. Steel members with cataphoretic protection have been coated with electrostatic powder paint.
DESIGNING THEIR OWN FACADE SYSTEM
Having determined that the vertical displacements on the roof exposed to sporadic strong winds would be as highas 3cm, AAW designed their own facade system and have it manufactured as the tolerances foreseen by the local and foreign facade companies were between 1-5 mm. The facade with the area of 350 m² is composed of glass members having heights of more than 4 meters and widths up to 2 meters.
Despite these dimensions, almost all of the facade is composed of sliding opening members. However, these facade elements become almost invisible whilst looking from both the inside and outside. Every facade system detail has been designed and drafted by the office down to its smallest element and inspected by AAW in every stage of manufacturing.
 
Çelik Yapılar - Sayı: 65 - Ağustos 20

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