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Quark was chosen for the interior design of the Buteo Exclusive Villas. The project consists of 8 exclusive villas situated in Bodrum, one of the finest holiday destinations in Turkey. Quark’s design concept for this project integrates minimalist aesthetics, comfort and luxury with the unique geographic position of the villas.
Overlooking the Aegean Sea, Buteo Exclusive Villas boast one of the best views a living space could offer. The positioning of the villas combined with large windows, LED cove lighting and spot lighting offers a luminous interior. The monochrome color palette used in the interiors is complemented by the use of organic materials and natural textures such as wooden panels and laminate flooring, which create a harmonious setting.
The open living area is composed of a comfortable sofa, a black, marble coffee table, and a modern fireplace. The dining area adjacent to the living area is furnished with custom-designed furniture and the pendant lighting over the white marble dining table adds a refined tone to the environment. The dining area also features a open kitchen area including a kitchen island and the necessary appliances. Both the living and the dining areas offer a delightful space where residents can enjoy the incredible panoramic view of the sea.
All the bedrooms feature custom-designed beds and simple but elegant decorative wall ornaments, which are complemented by mirrored walls that provide the room with a more spacious look. The use of light-colored marble with beige veins in the bathroom of the villa nods to the minimalistic design concept of the project. The indoor gym on the ground floor offers the opportunity to work out privately in the comfort of a home.
Each villa enjoys a green garden with comfortable sunbeds and an infinity pool that stands as an extension of the sea. Combining modern and luxurious elements in interior design with the perfect location of the villas, Quark architects created a commodious living space that amplifies the mesmerizing effect of the blue waters.