Serdivan 441 was designed by The Catwork architectural office in Sakarya province as a block system that combines the combinations of two types of modules containing residential and commercial functions. Each block that was created by integrating L and rectangular types of modules containing residential and commercial units around vertical circulation that located in the center.
By placing these modules in different combinations around each circulation, different life experiences were desired to be created instead of standard block building systems by considering factors such as landscape orientations, internal external relations, daylight and facade movements within the land.
The local natural stone used in the façade was placed vertically on the façade by applying the inheritance process, thereby enabling the stone blocks to appear more homogeneously. By removing these stone blocks from the façade and flooring, it was tried to increase the perception of depth, which is the third dimension in the façade.
In the project, all the facades of the block modules are clearly positioned for strengthen the inner-outer relationship of the flats. Living spaces are located in the main street and park orientation, bedrooms and wet areas are directed towards the inner courtyard. Ground terraces have been created on the ground floors to reinforce the relationship with the garden.
Volumes such as parking lot, indoor pool, social facility and warehouses were arranged in the basement floor located on the whole land.