The Perdix Wine House and Hotel project, designed by Noyan Vural Architecture in Urla, consists of a wine production place and kitchen area that form two main masses in the basement floor, and a wine tasting area that makes the building public at the entrance level.

Architectural Design
NVA Mimarlık
Project Team
Noyan Umur Vural, Leyla Önal
Client
Perdix Winery
Location
Urla, İzmir
Construction Year
2019
About Project

The main goals of the project were to create a serious gap in front of the building, which was not interrupted in any way, and to use this emptiness as a socializing area with minimal intervention. The result is a design that aims to stay behind instead of revealing itself, disappears in the region where it is located, and tries to establish a relationship with the soil.

In order to make a spatial definition within the dominant space, the entrance level where the building is located has been emptied in certain areas and the space remaining under the ground level has been balanced with the water element, and the living areas that have been considered together with the use of stone and fire have been designed.

It is an important criterion to ensure that any building to be built in the Urla region – and also if it will be used intensively in the summer – to breathe. Without ignoring the historical texture of Urla, the classical arch form was used as the main architectural element of the structure by deforming the effect of corten and occupancy.

Credits
Architectural Design
NVA Mimarlık
Project Team
Noyan Umur Vural, Leyla Önal
Client
Perdix Winery
Electrical Project
Levent Altıntepe
Total Land Area
5.605 sqm
Construction Area
1.480 sqm
Construction Year & Location
2019 Urla, İzmir
Photographs
Burak Gürbüz, Burak Yurdakul
Stones Used
FACADE
Urla taşı - QUARRY: Urla

Onyx Fantastico
(Bordeaux Onyx)