MOSAICKED NEOCLASSICAL CHAIR BY HILLSIDEOUT
25.AUGUST.2016
The neoclassical chair is part of Hillsideout’s mosaicked furniture collection that finds its inspiration in the element 'water'.
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MOSAICKED NEOCLASSICAL CHAIR BY HILLSIDEOUT
25.August.2016
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The neoclassical chair is part of Hillsideout’s mosaicked furniture collection that finds its inspiration in the element 'water'. read more
The neoclassical chair is part of Hillsideout’s mosaicked furniture collection that finds its inspiration in the element 'water'.
This restored chair of walnut and black ebony wood originated in Italy during the beginning of the 20th century. The original sitting has been replaced with a sitting made of transparent plexy glass and colored mosaics, which are immersed in resin. The antique marquetry and carved ornamental motifs of the chair are particularly beautiful and unify different classical styles like the Baroque, the Rococo and the Gothic in order to become a Neoclassical style which is meant to reflect grace and power. This piece is, in effect, classical architecture in miniature. 
The transparency permits a new way of using antique chairs, which makes them contemporary and even more unique.
 
Dimensions: L 44 cm x D 43 cm x H 91 cm | unique edition for Sanayi 313

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UNUSUAL MOMENTS' MONUMENT
25.August.2016
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"This is for the unusual oasis you created in a place like Sanayi. “Unusual Moments’ Monument” is for the designs exhibited anomalously in Sanayi 313…" Seçkin Pirim read more
"This is for the unusual oasis you created in a place like Sanayi. “Unusual Moments’ Monument” is for the designs exhibited anomalously in Sanayi 313…"
Seçkin Pirim

The sculpture “Unusual Moments’ Monument” projected by Seçkin Pirim especially for Sanayi 313 is much more than a monument. It actually roots in neighborhood, friendship, shared ideas, inspiring conversations. 
Those were the days when we started with the idea of ‘finding the right path in every society once you follow the artists.’ Sanayi 313’s doors were not open yet. We cannot forget the day Seçkin Pirim arrived to Sanayi 313 with his motorcycle right after receiving our invitation. He had tea, tasted our spinach quiche, looked around the store and shared with us his thoughts. It was very important to hear an artist’s opinions. As time went by, we went to visit his atelier; he became one of our regulars. 
New ideas were created after our conversations every time. We started with the color red. It was a contrast to Sanayi 313’s black & white. We decided on plates, reflecting the Oto Sanayi area, which we love and share. Unity of the pieces was important. Our opinions were in concert anyhow…
Red plates were put on top of each other on a long night spent in Sanayi 313. We did not forget to videotape the whole process through the lenses of Murathan Özbek and Veysel Değertekin. 

“Unusual Moments’ Monument” is standing grandiosely at where it belongs, symbolizing our friendship. On behalf of what Seçkin Pirim and Sanayi 313 shared and still sharing…
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23.August.2016
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All Day I Dream of Peace - YokoO & Retza read more
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TEA TIME
23.August.2016
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Tea times in Sanayi 313 are delicious. read more
Tea times in Sanayi 313 are delicious. From salty tastes to sweets, there are many options in our dessert buffet. Along with your tea, you can have chocolate cake with strawberries, meringues or one of our favorites; pastry with dill. 
FAREWELL TO SUMMER – SEPTEMBER FESTIVALS
03.August.2016
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While saying goodbye to summer, we made a list of less-heard festivals for you. Take a look! read more
While saying goodbye to summer, we made a list of less-heard festivals for you. Take a look!

1- Glitch Festival, Malta; 7-8 September
Top DJ’s: Ben Klock, Carl Craig, Dave Clarke, and Len Faki
https://www.glitchfestival.com

2- Demanktel Selectors, Croatia; 1-5 September
Top DJ’s: Baris K, Dekmantel Soundsystem, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Young Marco, The Black Madonna
https://dekmantelselectors.com

3- Oasis Festival, Morocco; 16-18 September
Top DJ’s: Ame, Adriatique, Tale of Us, Dixon, Dusky, Booka Shade
http://theoasisfest.com
LIKE A ROUGH JEWELRY
03.August.2016
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Inspired from French interior and product designer Adrée Putman, Putman Slippers are the new statement of our Fall/Winter Collection. read more
Inspired from French interior and product designer Adrée Putman, Putman Slippers are the new statement of our Fall/Winter Collection. Just like Andrée Putman, these slippers are multi-disciplinary. On top of black, stone coal and oxidized antique gold are used together creating a three dimensional effect. Putman Slippers are like a big jewelry in the form of a rough leaf. 
Symbolizing the masculine woman, Putman Slippers are our sign for the continuity of the slippers for all the seasons. 
LEMONADE WITH PURPLE BASIL
02.August.2016
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Going back to her childhood days in Büyükada, Müge shares with us her special recipe of lemonade with purple basil. read more
Going back to her childhood days in Büyükada, Müge shares with us her special recipe of lemonade with basil.

Lemonade has a very special place in my life. Lemonade evokes my childhood memories; the famous Lale Buffet in Büyükada, the toasts we used to eat in the middle of the night, sugar pastry my father used to buy in the mornings and my mother giving me lemonade as a vitamin when I was sick…
Though making lemonade seems easy, not all of them have the same taste or the look. Some of the lemonades are too sugary or sour, whereas some come up with a bitter taste because of keeping the dregs inside too much. 
I like my lemonade sweet. My favorites are those made from real lemon and lemon juice, which are found in old patisseries mostly. 
My father is a lemonade lover just like me, so I trust his taste a lot. He always talks about those lemonades he used to drink in Heybeliada during his childhood. He says he couldn’t find anyone who can achieve the same taste. Fortunately, he loves the lemonades in Sanayi 313. 
We thought we could try something different for our lemonades and made diversifications. We make lemonades with strawberries, basil, purple basil and cucumbers. My favorite is the one with purple basil.

Ingredients:

•    6 lemons’ juice (with the dregs)
•    6 lemons’ juice (without the dregs)
•    3 limes’ juice (with the dregs)
•    3 limes’ juice (without the dregs)
•    10 glasses of cold water
•    450 gr. brown sugar
•    Half bundle of purple basil
•    Ice – optional

After blending all the ingredients in a blender, we keep the mix in the fridge for one night. By this way, all the tastes are combined. Then, we strain the concentrated mix and serve by adding ice and water. 
If you wish to add a touch to your lemonade glass, put a purple basil leaf on the side of your glass and enjoy!
PENTAGON
26.July.2016
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Enis is telling us about the display “Pentagon” specially designed for Sanayi 313. read more
Enis is telling us about the display “Pentagon” specially designed for Sanayi 313.
“Pentagon”, which is designed by Sanayi 313 Architects, takes its names from its shape. Since the display makes the objects it exposes untouchable, it is right to state that we were inspired by “Pentagon, Department of Defense” located in the USA. 
The woodgrain, the drabbet used in the display’s inner cover and bronze legs completed by hand workmanship create a visible contrast. Sometimes our visitors say that the display itself leaves the valuable objects exposed inside behind. 
HERA BÜYÜKTAŞÇIYAN
22.July.2016
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Chat with Hera Büyüktaşçıyan
I am Hera Büyüktaşçıyan.
The first thing I do in the mornings is making coffee and going for a walk in the island I live in.
I came to Sanayi 313 today because I met with my friends for lunch.
I had meatballs with lime and avocado salad.
I couldn’t resist the ice cream with Bodrum mandarin among the desserts.
The first thing that caught my eye while going around the store was the portraits on the wall.
The good food and the ambiance of the place are what remains on my mind the most. 
After I leave Sanayi 313, I am going back to my atelier to work. 
Before going to bed, I try to read one-two pages of my book. 
 
THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF ABANDONED PLACES
20.July.2016
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Interior Designer Gülay Özgün is telling us about the Bulgarian Monument Buzluca she visited. read more
Interior Designer Gülay Özgün is telling us about the Bulgarian Monument Buzluca she visited. 

I came across with Buzluca Monument through the “must see” lists on Internet. I saw it on abandoned Soviet Buildings list and saved it as a place to visit. When I saw the monument on a magazine I was reading last week in Sanayi 313, I went to see the building last weekend. 
The building, which was constructed by Bulgarian Communist Party in 1981 at the top of Balkan Mountains, has become a symbol in the world as the regime changed and it got doomed in 1989. There are breathtaking mosaics in the building designed by Georgi Stoilov in seven years. Even though some of the mosaics are wiped away, there are 500-meter squares of mosaic just in the meeting area of the building. 
The entrance of the building is closed since it can be dangerous because of disrepair. But there is a small whole so people can look inside. I wanted to go inside after coming all that way. Though the building is vandalized, it is still very impressive. “Forget Your Past” writing in the entrance of the building in red has turned into “Don’t Forget Your Past”. I don’t know if you’d prefer to forget or remember your past but I would definitely recommend visiting Buzluca Monument. 
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