Location / Date
Esenyurt Istanbul, 2005

Fateks is a long rectangular box shaped building with a main entrance at one end. The building sits on top of a hill in the esenyurt district of istanbul and is seen from many angles and many roads and motorways. It sits on the site as if was a monestary rather than an industrial building. The asymetric use of aluminium framing adds another layer of horizontal movement to the glass fascade.

Two glass boxes sit on top of a stone clad box where the stone section houses the production and the glass boxes are used as showrooms.