AHK KNDU villa sustainable housing project is developed by GAD architecture which contains with more than 100 residential units in the Turkish resort city of Antalya.
Each home includes integrated photovoltaic panels to produce energy, while the masterplan allows each dwelling to benefit from abundant daylight throughout the day.
This project designed in accordance with natural ventilation principles, GAD architecture has strategically positioned façade and roof openings to encourage ventilation. meanwhile, the project’s sustainable design strategy also ensures maximum daylight usage, solar power as a renewable energy source, and green public space for social-sustainability use.
Timber cladding acts as a shell for the residences, helping to control the internal climate at night. this wooden envelope also helps delineate the home’s private areas.
A balcony at the upper level overlooks a secluded pool
This housing development project includes 17 large, 56 medium, and 50 small housing units.
architectural project & design: Gokhan Avcioglu & GAD architecture
construction area: 28,000 sqm
project site area: 33,000 sqm
photography: Ali Bekman