A MODERN SPIN ON THE ARCHITECTURAL STYLES
An 17-story zinc and titanium facade peers out over the Bosphorus. Gently curved, as if to embrace the city, the building evokes a modern spin on the architectural styles of the 1940s and 50s. Windows provide a glimpse into the soul of Gezi Hotel Bosphorus. Each of the 56 rooms and 11 suites feature antireflection panoramic windows that offer sweeping views on the Bosphorus, Taksim Square, Gezi Park, or the hotel's garden in the heart of Istanbul.
The Gezi Hotel Bosphorus cultivates beauty inside and out. The high-quality wood and leather used in furnishings throughout provide a warm, cozy atmosphere that is amplified by a contemporary design ethos that fuses the rich color-blocking of Piet Mondrian with high tech flourishes. Gezi Hotel Bosphorus' design of rooms and suites is inspired by an element of one of Mondrian's paintings, yet sumptuous materials soften the strong, linear forms typically associated with the Dutch painter. The artist's signature grid takes shape in numerous design elements in the rooms, from carpets to entertainment systems.
DESIGN & PHILOSOPHY
Gezi Hotel Bosphorus designed by Metex Design Group by Sinan Kafadar in a 'timeless design' philosophy .The main idea behind the GHB is to reflect today's modern architecture through modernizing the architectural styles of the 1940's and 50s.