Turkish bazaar takes the shape of the surrounding mountains

The project is designed by PDG Architects and ANTEPE.

September 27, 2018 |
Antalya Bazaar

An undulating green roof, inspired by the surrounding mountains, will cover a new organic bazaar in Antalya, Turkey. The Antalya Local Products Bazaar, designed by PDG Architects and ANTEPE, will house 76 shops, open pedestrian thoroughfares, large public squares, and access from all corners.

The shops will vary in size between approximately 50 sf and 270 sf and will sell organic food products and local textile products from Turkey’s different regions. Each shop also has access to a warehouse and cold storage for special products. Also included are eating and drinking areas and management units in the public squares.

 

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The bazaar can be used in any season and provides abundant natural light and air circulation for visitors inside. The project has been shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival in the category of Commercial Mixed-use – Future Project.

 

Antalya Bazaar

 

Antalya interior

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