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turkishtowelstore.com, is an official website that combining the desire of modern people for wellness and healthy environment with Turkish Towel Pestemal which is a part of Turkish culture for six centuries.
Our goal is to provide to you the Turkish pestemal which fed with the richness of the history with contemporary designs.
Our vision is give to your bathroom and your life the pestemal Turkish towels which are produced with the traditional weaving methods in a respectful manner for nature to provide ease and comfort to the user in an innovative line and being responsive to the requirements.
Our mission is to ensure you to purchase safely our products which are produced by taking your health, comfort and high quality standards and to transport to your address with the fastest way by the shipping companies competent at the international level.
Turkish Towel Store Proprietors
Gökhan Karakuş was born in Nusaybin, Turkey, and studied architectural history and theory at the Columbia University and Vassar College in New York, USA. The author of the books “Turkish Touch in Design” (2007) and “Turkish Architecture Now” (2009), Karakus works as an architectural critic, theoretician and designer. His field of study is especially related to locality in design, modernism and architecture. Karakus was a nominator and reviewer for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and Mies van der Rohe Awards for European Architecture, and he is the currently director of interactive and environmental design studio E|medya. Follow him on Twitter at @gokhankarakus.
Melina and Dodd Raissnia of Peace Industry make their rugs in Turkey where they have perfected the best methods for producing the highest quality felt rugs, all of which are designed by Melina. The method is a revitalization of the oldest rug tradition from Central Asia that had been on the verge of extinction. Peace Industry felt rugs are made from 100 percent lamb's wool and natural dyes. They are handmade in small batches insuring that each piece is unique and exceptional in quality, and the rugs are also earth-friendly, chemical-free, and fair trade.
David Wakely is an architectural photographer based in San Francisco and Sonoma County, California. His work appears in numerous books and publications including Architectural Record, Interior Design, Contract, Napa/Sonoma, and many others. He has photographed extensively in France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Spain, Mexico, Japan, and the American Southwest.
GAIA&GINO was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey. The company is named after the founder Gaye Cevikel's nickname and her dog Gino. Having distinguished itself with poetic, inventive and storytelling products, the company earned a reputation as one of the international design scene's most promising luxury interior accessories brands.
For years, Capriotti’s deli has been the pride of the sandwich industry, based on a belief of making the best homemade sandwiches with freshly roasted turkey – just like you would make at home for your own family if you had the time. Our dedication to quality food and friendly service has been the reason so many love us for lunch, and now your favorite deli is available for corporate catering, too.
Born 1978 in Gaziantep, Turkey, Serkan Taycan studied engineering at Yıldız Technical University in Istanbul. After graduating, in 2004, he went on to complete a master-class on documentary photography in Nordens Fotoskola, Sweden. His work “Homeland” exhibitied severel places includung Thessaloniki Photo Biennale, Vendome Photography Festival, SCOOP Festival, Niort International photography meeting and awarded as one the Top 50 portfolios in Critical Mass 2009
abanjá, a home textiles and accessories line, is modern, relaxed, and elegant. Traditional handcrafts from India, North Africa and Turkey have been revisited to add a fresh new twist on ancestral pieces. Bright color, warm natural tones, clean whites, and striking accents marry beautifully to make our line of home textiles contemporary but rich in tradition. Hand woven foutas come in bold graphic styles, fine geometric embroidery patterns play up our crisp table linens, while soft stripes decorate our fringed hand towels.
Lissa Gotwals is a photographer based in North Carolina, where she can be found growing new roots on an old turkey farm with her 2 spunky kids, industrious husband and a flock of Red Dorking chickens. She feels at home in the South, but she also has a constant longing to travel. Years ago, Lissa picked up the camera as a tool to explore and document culture. These days, her work has a broader focus, but she remains committed to sharing stories and connecting with the people with whom she works. Lissa owes her career to her experiences at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and The Independent Weekly in Durham, NC.
The summer I purchased this gorgeous wooded lot, my niece and I camped out here so I could seek inspiration for the design of a house to build on it. One afternoon, the man who sold me the property gave us a turkey caller he had made. We decided to have an impromptu campfire sing along with this small device for accompaniment. In seconds, we had cause to pause as we heard real turkeys excitedly gobbling their way up the hill to meet us. "What magic is this?" we city girls wondered. But we would soon come to discover that it was perfectly normal life in this enchanted, happy wood.
All summer, we listened to great horned owls hoot by night, and we watched ravens and hawks battle for the sky by day. We learned that deer are fans of acoustic guitar and that delicious wild wine berries grow in the sunny patch up by the road. We explored each tiny cave and outcropping. We cracked jokes while we cleared trails and skipped rocks or hunted for old moonshining relics down by the stream. In short, we really lived. I knew then that the home I designed would have to keep me connected to the magical spirit of the nature all around me. (Bug-free and with infinite hot water, of course!) This is where my imagination led me.
My hope is that it may provide a constant source of wonder, inspiration, and renewal for all those who dwell here. Happily ever after, Vanessa.
Bruno Taut was an early modernist architect and urban planner. After studying and doing apprentice work in architecture and construction, Taut started his own firm in Berlin with his brother Max. He wanted to marry the fine arts and applied arts, and amongst his notable early work was the Glass House, a 1914 pavilion for an exhibition in Cologne. He went on to work as the architect-in-chief for the German city of Magdeburg from 1921-24 and joined a group of forward-looking influential architects known as "The Ring" in 1925. The rise of the Nazi party forced Taut to leave Germany first for Switzerland, then for Japan, and finally for Turkey. There he taught in the architectural department in the Academy of Fine Arts and designed many buildings. He was one of the early modernists to strive to incorporate local character into his modernist thinking and when so many of his contemporaries were so enamored of white, he was a liberal user of color. He died in Istanbul in 1938.
Integrated Approach in Architectural Design / 360 degree Architectural Design
Öney Architecture was founded in 1988 by Mustafa Öney, one of Turkey's pioneer architects who has signed internationally known innovative interior design projects and implementations since 1976. In parallel with the global developments in 2007, to spread the dynamic spirit provided in interior design to wider areas, the company started the architectural design department. With the participation of the younger members of Oney Family, the 3rd generation, it continued with different perspectives and an understanding of multidisciplinary design which has strenghtened the company since then. Today, Öney Architecture who successfully provides its team with a productive work environment allowing different generations to cooperate in a continious harmony, signs both personal and corporate design projects bringing experience and innovation together.
Öney aims life-centric, vital and sustainable design in each of its projects.
As an essential part of Öney's holistic service approach, without compromising on time or quality, each project is being accomplished by the experienced third party partners who have been tested numbers of times on the implementation of different projects. Öney ecole grabs more attention each day via the national and international awards it receives and the remarkable projects it insists to create.
Perception of design arising from a need. / Design evolving out of a need.
To combine every element and discipline of design using the infinite possibilities it provides, and accomplishing it in a holistic, complete and ideal way.
Caterina Fadda Studio designs distinctive and commercially successful household products and tableware for leading manufacturers and retail groups. Our work is driven by the passion for every day objects and the desire to propose innovative and timeless solutions.
Founded in 1998 by RCA graduate Caterina Fadda, the design office has its base in London's North Kensington. With experience in the full process from design and production to marketplace the studio works exclusively on design briefs for industrial production.
Designer Fran Santos joined the partnership in 2005 bringing his long term experience in furniture, product and exhibition design.
International clients include: Altro/UK, Authentics/Germany, Bormioli Rocco/Italy, Gaia&Gino/Turkey, Guzzini/Italy, John Lewis plc/UK, JosephJoseph/UK, Rosenthal/Germany
The projects of Caterina Fadda Studio have been published extensively by the international press and have obtained several design awards: Red Dot Award Product Design 2009, Peugeot prize for lighting, Westerwald Preis for Ceramics, 100% Design/Crafts Council award and Sainsbury's Design award.
Born in postwar Poland, Daniel Libeskind immigrated to America with his family becoming an American citizen in 1964. He studied music in Israel and later became a virtuoso performer in New York. He left music to study architecture, receiving his professional architectural degree in 1970 from Cooper Union, then earned a postgraduate degree in History and Theory of Architecture at the School of Comparative Studies at Essex University (England) in 1971. Daniel Libeskind established his architectural studio in Berlin, Germany in 1989 after winning the competition to build the Jewish Museum in Berlin. In February 2003, Studio Daniel Libeskind moved its headquarters from Berlin to New York City when Daniel Libeskind was selected as the master planner for the World Trade Center redevelopment.
Among the many Libeskind buildings that have received worldwide acclaim are The Felix Nussbaum Haus, in Osnabrück, Germany (1998), the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester, England (2002), the extension to the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Art Museum Residences (2006), the Royal Ontario Museum (2007) and the Glass Courtyard, an extension to the Jewish Museum Berlin, (2007), the Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge, a residential high-rise in Covington, Kentucky (2008), the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco (2008), and Westside, Europe’s largest retail and health center, located in Bern, Switzerland (2008). In 2012, Studio Libeskind Design was established in Milan, Italy, to focus on product and industrial design. To date, Libeskind Design has developed products for companies in Austria, Canada, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Poland, Spain, Turkey, and the United States