House project in Bodrum, Turkey by Scandinavian architects 2GO
Skandium shows a development of houses in Bodrum, Turkey designed by the well known Scandinavian architects Gert Wingårdh (Sweden), Thomas Sandell (Sweden) and Jarmund & Vigsnæs (Norway). The houses are available to buy through the developer Berggruen.
For more info visit www.berggruen.com.tr
Once the ancient Carian city of Myndos, the village of Gümüslük is located on the western tip of the Bodrum Peninsula. Gümüslük has a tranquil atmosphere with natural beauty, architectural ruins dating back to ancient Greece, and excellent regional cooking. The majority of Gümüslük village is an official archaeological site. It is one of the best preserved areas in Bodrum, with a strong local character, due to strict development guidelines established by the local Municipality.
Two international marinas, Turgutreis and Yalikavak, each within 10 minutes driving distance to Gümüslük, provide convenient access for sailing as well as shopping and entertainment. Driving distance from the Milas/Bodrum International Airport is approximately 45 minutes.
As one of Sweden's most acclaimed architects, Wingårdh has received the prestigious Kasper Salin Prize four times. He has designed the Swedish embassies in Berlin and Washington and many important buildings in Sweden and internationally.
Established in 1995 by architect Thomas Sandell, the sandellsandberg design office's accomplishments in architecture, interior and product design are known globally as leading examples of Scandinavian design. Among noted works are completed projects for the OMX (Stockholm Stock Exchange) head-office in Stockholm, Ericsson Office in London, and Ving Shop in Stockholm.
Jarmund & Vigsnæs
The Norwegian trio Einar Jarmund, Alessandra Kosberg and Håkon Vigsnæs works in a wide range of architectural projects in Norway and Europe. Public buildings, housing projects, urban planning and building interiors are some areas of their extensive body of work.
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