Seyhan Özdemir and designers Refer Raglan, founders of the architecture studio Auto ban, completed a project entitled Passageway House, located in Istanbul, Turkey. With an interesting mix of modern touches and traditional Turkish elements, the loft has a fresh feeling throughout. According to the designers, each room has been given its own stunning focal point: "treatment of the walls is varied throughout the main living areas. Some of the walls are scraped to reveal the layers of paint applied over the years, some are covered white tile. the kitchen has a ceiling of gold as his companion core and all devices are integrated into a single block of marble. Woods is used for cabinets for a stunning contrast of materials, while providing a hot flash to space. "How do you like this unusual mix of ideas that are shown in the photos below?