Seraf Vadi Restaurant by Yeşim Kozanlı Architecture in Istanbul, Turkey

Project: Seraf Vadi Restaurant
Architects: Yeşim Kozanlı Architecture
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Area: 10,763 sf
Year: 2023
Photographs by: İbrahim Özbunar – 645 Studio

Seraf Vadi Restaurant by Yeşim Kozanlı Architecture

Designed by Yeşim Kozanlı Architecture with sophisticated details and a contemporary approach, Seraf Vadi Restaurant is inspired by the unifying, warm and sincere culture of Anatolia and traditional handicrafts that intensely touch the senses, allowing the design to transform into an experience on the scale of human emotions.

Seraf Vadi Restaurant, which builds its story on the warm and sincere culture of Anatolia, the care in traditional handicrafts and crafts, the flavors of Turkish cuisine born from our fertile lands and our unifying table culture, was designed by Yeşim Kozanlı Architecture with a contemporary understanding inspired by the sophisticated spirit of this cultural context and the subtleties that touch human emotions.

The “tree of life” form, which symbolizes the roots of life and unity, is modernized and at the same time, it takes place in the center as a reference point for all interior architectural elements. Colors, materials used and all interior architectural elements expand around the tree of life and find a place for themselves. The intensive use of wood, natural stone and ceramics creates a warm and modern atmosphere. The furniture contrasting with earth-toned colors emphasizes naturalness and reflects the quality standards of the place.

Seraf Vadi, where the right ambience is created with design lighting, offers an environment where design turns into an experience on a scale that touches human emotions and where guests can have a pleasant time.

Project description and images provided by Yeşim Kozanlı Architecture


Tags: anatolia, interior, istanbul, restaurant, Turkey

Author: 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.


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