Lemariz Izmir by XL Architecture + Engineering in Izmir, Turkey

Project: Lemariz Izmir
Architects: XL Architecture + Engineering
Location: Izmir, Turkey
Photographs by: Courtesy of XL Architecture + Engineering

Lemariz Izmir by XL Architecture + Engineering

Lemariz İzmir Housing Estate project designed by XL Architecture + Engineering with the new standards of housing architecture in post-pandemic era.

Lemariz İzmir, having most spacious apartment units, resting inside the forest viewing entire İzmir Bay and standing above one of the most solid grounds resistant to severe earthquakes, serving the new standards of housing architecture in post-pandemic era.

Lemariz İzmir is desiring to serve its guests the highest technological facilities within panoramic elevator, infinity pool, garden and facade lighting features and other spatial offers. The apartment units having smart house technologies and automation systems are going to include Vitra&Artema sanitary ware, imported laminated floor, ‘’Lineadecor’’ kitchen and ‘’Franke’’ appliances. Thinstone and grained stucco paint covered facades are going to be framed with glass parapets and facade and garden lighting is going to be accomplished by LED systems.

Lemariz İzmir which is composed of 90 apartment units and 10 villas is developed by Dumlular Cons. Co. and MCZ Cons. Co. joint venture offers a secure gated community with closed parking for each apartment unit and extensive social facilities including open swimming pool, gym center, kindergarten, market and childrens’ playground. Lemariz İzmir project is planned to be accomplished in 24 months.

-Project description and images provided by XL Architecture + Engineering


Tags: housing, izmir, Lemariz Izmir, residential, Turkey, XL Architecture + Engineering

Author: Fidan Jovanov

Fidan Jovanov

A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.


Recent posts in Architecture

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments