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Bosphorus private : lifestyle on Istanbul's magical waterway / Nevbahar Ko�c, in collaboration with �Irem Kinay ; introduction by Andrew Finkel ; photography by Emre G�uven.

By: Ko�c, Nevbahar [author.].
Contributor(s): K�nay, �Irem [author.] | Finkel, Andrew, 1953- [writer of introduction.] | G�uven, Emre [photographer.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, NY : Assouline, [2018]Copyright date: �2018Description: 279 pages : chiefly colour photographs ; 33 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781614286516; 1614286515.Subject(s): Interior decoration -- Turkey -- Istanbul -- Pictorial works | Decoration and ornament, Architectural -- Turkey -- Istanbul -- Pictorial works | Photography, Artistic -- 21st century | Documentary photography -- Turkey -- Istanbul | Istanbul (Turkey) -- Pictorial works | Bosporus (Turkey) -- Pictorial works | Decoration and ornament, Architectural | Documentary photography | Interior decoration | Photography, Artistic | Black Sea -- Bosporus | Turkey -- Istanbul | 2000-2099Genre/Form: Photobooks. | Pictorial works. | Photobooks.DDC classification: 747.0956 Summary: "As the crossroads of Turkey's European and Asian subsections, the Bosphorus strait is home to rich culture, incredible people, delicious food, unique architecture, and unmistakable style. Countless creatives have been awed and inspired here, and denizens and visitors alike are thrilled by the skyline, a breathtaking view of calming waters and magnificent bridges. But some of the best places to discover the style of the Bosphorus are within the private homes of its residents, which both pay homage to the country's glorious past and herald its future. Bosphorus Private, showcasing nineteen homes, is the first book to reveal this distinctive lifestyle; it is the melding of two continents, countless creative influences, and millennia of history."--Provided by publisher.
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As the crossroads of Turkey's European and Asian sections, the Bosphorus Strait is home to rich culture, incredible people, delicious food, unique architecture, and unmistakable style. Creative spirits have been awed and inspired here, and denizens and visitors alike are thrilled by the skyline, a breathtaking view of calming waters and magnificent bridges. But some of the best places to discover the style of the Bosphorus are within the private homes of its residents, which both pay homage to the country's glorious past and herald its future. Bosphorus Lifestyle, showcasing 25 homes, is the melding of two continents, countless influences, and millennia of history. AUTHOR: Nevbahar Koc was born and raised on the Bosphorus. She lived in Los Angeles for many years and graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a fine arts degree. She currently serves on the board of Acikkapi Social Responsibility Association to help children deprived of basic and social rights. Living in Istanbul with her family, she has hosted many friends from around the world in her magical city. Her passion for art, design, and photography, combined with her love of Istanbul, are the inspiration behind this book. 170 illustrations

"As the crossroads of Turkey's European and Asian subsections, the Bosphorus strait is home to rich culture, incredible people, delicious food, unique architecture, and unmistakable style. Countless creatives have been awed and inspired here, and denizens and visitors alike are thrilled by the skyline, a breathtaking view of calming waters and magnificent bridges. But some of the best places to discover the style of the Bosphorus are within the private homes of its residents, which both pay homage to the country's glorious past and herald its future. Bosphorus Private, showcasing nineteen homes, is the first book to reveal this distinctive lifestyle; it is the melding of two continents, countless creative influences, and millennia of history."--Provided by publisher.