GOETHE INSTITUT ANKARA

Goethe Institut Ankara occupies one of the significant examples of architecture in Ankara in 1970s. With its raw concrete surfaces and vertical sun shades, it has one of the most characteristic facades on Atatürk Boulevard. The floors that are used by Goethe Institut are renovated including all electrical and mechanical systems. The facade of the all building is renewed. The classrooms on the upper floor are mostly renewed in their existing layout, while common areas such as entrance, library and multipurpose hall on the ground and basement floors are replanned.

 
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GOETHE INSTITUT ANKARA
with PabstundPartner Ingenieure
Ankara, Turkey, 2013 - 2016

Client: German Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning (BBR)

Function: Office / Social / Cultural / Educational

Team: Onur Yüncü, R. Aytül Özkan

Contributor: Gökhan Bilgin

Area: 1.800 m²

Services: Site Supervision / Research & Consultancy

Status: Built

Photography: Mila Hacke