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Yildiz Shipyard Delivers Super Yacht
Turkish shipyard Yildiz Shipyard delivered the 43-meter-long super yacht, Sunrise. The yacht features exterior lines from Ginton Naval Architects and a custom 419GT interior designed by Hot Lab .
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The famous Italian design studio revealed new details about the interior, along with the first images.
The main materials used include walnut wood, ebony macassar and honey afzelia combined with details in chrome, nacre and leather. The interior also features loose furniture, which is a mix of personalized designs from Hot Lab and pieces supplied by Italian brands such as Giorgetti and Minotti.
Heydar Aliyev International Airport
For the commission of interior architecture and experiential design for the heydar aliyev international airport in baku, azerbaijan, istanbul-based studio autoban has arranged wood-clad ‘cocoons’ throughout the new terminal’s upper level.
the 16 bulbous-shaped pods are most often enclosed, while some are left open only as a structural framework. they contain a variety of different programs, including two cafés, a champagne and caviar bar, a kids’ play area, a spa and beauty shop, a music and bookstore, and multiple for luggage storage rooms.
the expressive and curving forms exist as ‘micro-architectures’ among the overall open spatial field, and are blended with their surrounding areas through groups of tables and chairs.
From one family’s vision to an exemplary execution, the 43m M/Y Sunrise takes contemporary details and soberly classic design to a whole new level.
Full custom interior penned by Hot Lab, delivered by Yildiz Yachts in Istanbul. A beautiful yacht for a wonderful family. Exterior and naval architecture by Jaron Ginton. Photos by Kerem Sanliman Photography
The Istanbul-based shipyard Yildiz has announced the successful delivery to her owner of its latest superyacht: the 43-metre motor yacht Sunrise. With construction on the vessel originally beginning in 2016, the delivery of the vessel took place at the end of 2019, however, the experienced owner was unable to start cruising until this summer due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar
Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar book covers collection available now. Please visit personal portfolio. Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar (23 June 1901 – 24 January 1962) was a Turkish poet, novelist, literary scholar and essayist, widely regarded as one of the most important representatives of modernism in Turkish literature.
In addition to his literary and academic career, Tanpınar was also a member of the Turkish Parliament between 1944 and 1946.
Bibliography in Turkish
Poetry: Şiirler, 1961
Stories: Abdullah Efendinin Rüyaları, 1943; Yaz Yağmuru, 1955; Hikâyeler, 1983
Novels: Huzur 1949; Saatleri Ayarlama Enstitüsü, 1962; Sahnenin Dışındakiler, 1973; Mahur Beste, 1975; Aydaki Kadın, 1987
Essays: Beş Şehir, 1946; Yahya Kemal, 1967; Edebiyat Üzerine Makaleler, 1969; Yaşadığım Gibi, 1970
Monographs: XIX. Asır Türk Edebiyatı Tarihi, 1949; Tevfik Fikret, 1937
New 43m MY Sunrise Delivered
After a short delay due to the coronavirus lockdown in Turkey, the Yildiz Shipyard in Istanbul has delivered 43-metre M/Y Sunrise with exterior lines by Ginton Naval Architects and a custom interior by Hot Lab.
“Yachting has been my hobby for 30 years,” says the owner. “I chose Yildiz to build my fourth yacht because of the high quality of the work they do and I met Hot Lab at the yard. I’m accustomed to working with Italian designers and found the young, friendly, client-oriented team very easy to work with. They did a great job and worked very hard with myself and my wife.”
Photos by Kerem Sanliman Photography
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