The defining condition for architects when designing this project was that all living areas, including bedrooms, had lake views
A Y-shaped design scheme arranged longitudinally parallel to the slope of the land was chosen, taking care not to interfere with the existing trees. In this way, the schedule of needs has been resolved so that all bedrooms and common areas have views of the lake.
The furniture and chimneys of the house, where the interior is connected with the open air, serve as a distinguishing element between the living and dining rooms and the kitchen.The Yesil building has two overlapping staggered floors. A lower-elevation roof covering the entrance, circulation and service areas, with a high roof for bedrooms and common areas overlooking the lake. Covering the gap between both roof systems, the skylight provides natural light and natural ventilation.