Historical Buildings

The Charm of Historical Fabric

Büyükyalı Istanbul adopts the philosophy of “respect for history.” The plot from which it rises accommodates a 19th-century building complex: “Fabrika-i Hümâyûn,” namely the Imperial Factory. These buildings, which were closed for use in the past, were arranged as common living areas and made accessible to everyone.

These historical buildings date back to 1845 and are located within the Büyükyalı project borders.

As part of the Büyükyalı project, these historical buildings have undergone world-class renovation works and re-functionalized to satisfy the needs of people today.

These historical structures had been left to their fate for many years. But now, they are integrated into modern life while retaining their historical traces and fabric.

The Renovation Process

The water tower, which was originally built as a steam chimney for the workshops in 1845, is one of the few examples of the remaining industrial architecture heritage. It will be exhibited as a cultural asset in line with the restoration project.

The Turkish bath was built in the 19th century and differed from Classical Ottoman architecture and traditional Turkish baths. It will be used as a luxury restaurant.

The Armored Vehicles Repair Shop, which survived from the 19th Century, will house shops, cafes, restaurants and exhibition units within the Büyükyalı borders.

Workshops and Warehouses are examples of modern industrial architecture from the late 19th and early 20th century. The loft units located within these buildings will be used as home-offices while the integral and large area of the building will serve for commercial purposes.

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