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Murat Gedik Field of Flowers Residential villas
Field of Flowers Residential villas is Iron Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award Category.
Field of Flowers Residential villas

The structure resting on the bearing bases of arch or semi-arch character has a reduced impact on the soil,so allows the soil to enjoy rain and breathe in.Its design has an integration with the nature.A block composed of four villa units has the chance to enjoy the view panoramically thanks to a mechanism capable of rotating 360° a day.The project gets part of its energy supply from wind roses.Each villa unit might get involved in organic agriculture on its own area in the amidst of various flowers,trees encircled with artificial or real ponds.

Field of Flowers Residential villas
Murat Gedik Field of Flowers
Murat Gedik Residential villas
Murat Gedik design
Murat Gedik design
Murat Gedik

Born in 1972 in Istanbul, Turkey, Murat Gedik studied Construction Painting. Since graduation, he has worked for several reputable architecture firms. He designs architectural futuristic concepts, high-rise buildings, future warships and automobiles as a freelance designer. One of his automobile designs was awarded 2nd place in category 'Ergonomy' in last year's car design contest held by Automotive Exporters Association, in Turkey. His architectural concept design project named ‘Xcept’ was published in a notable Turkish architecture magazine called ‘Tasarım’ in May 2008, 181th edition. He continues his designs in different fields both domestic and international.

Murat Gedik

Born in 1972 in Istanbul, Turkey, Murat Gedik studied Construction Painting. Since graduation, he has worked for several reputable architecture firms. He designs architectural futuristic concepts, high-rise buildings, future warships and automobiles as a freelance designer. One of his automobile designs was awarded 2nd place in category 'Ergonomy' in last year's car design contest held by Automotive Exporters Association, in Turkey. His architectural concept design project named ‘Xcept’ was published in a notable Turkish architecture magazine called ‘Tasarım’ in May 2008, 181th edition. He continues his designs in different fields both domestic and international.