Originally an old Rûm house from the 1940s, the building was rebuilt by preserving the original architecture. The house sits on a 198 Sq-m base area and has an inner court, 3 rooms, 3 bathrooms and an outdoor court, which is 42 Sq m. A mixture of the exposed concrete of the former building and steel construction was used for the stones of the new house. The floor, as well as private areas, was furnished with woods of 100-years old trees from the Kastamonu region in Turkey. All the bathroom counters and sinks were manufactured from natural stones and shaped by hand. Dominated by black and white, the interior design of the spaces were completed by special combinations of raw linen and leather.