CastleRock is a mediterranean style houses design in 3800m2 residential by GAD / Global Architectural Development and Dara Kirmizitoprak architects. The site is defined by its natural surroundings and unobstructed sea views, very amazing architecture. The area is also surrounded by a number of archaeological sites, including ancient amphitheater built around the fourth century BC, and the Bodrum Castle, built in the 15th century. CastleRock is thus shaped by the forces that surround it, and attempts to blend harmoniously with the neighboring environment and respond sensitively to the nature slope. As a strategy, the buildings are organized by the bending and curve along the natural contours of the site, the sculpture and the landscape and maximize the panoramic views of the castle. This process is similar to that of braid, where a network organization is established on the site, and a process thread is used to organize the structures on the site.
Consequently, the types of homes evolve through a similar strategy, and are organized at various levels to ensure the highest level of variety. There are 16 units on the site consisting of 3 unique types. There are two units of duplex and triplex, each with its own pool and garden. By scanning the walls provide a level of privacy for the units and to maximize views of houses, holes were drilled in the stone walls to enjoy panoramic views from different angles.
Castlerock uses very little material to respond more sensitive to local environment and give a sense of oneness with the natural environment. The buildings are constructed from four materials: stone, concrete, glass and steel. The coating is regional natural stone and comes from local quarries. Overall this architecture can inspired you looking for modern mediterranean homes design with total construction area 3854,41 m2. [via]