CIRAGAN PALACE KEMPINSKI
The Ciragan Palace was built by Sultan Abdulaziz in 1867 and is a former Ottoman Palace. During 1910 a great fire destroyed the palace, leaving only the outer walls intact. For many years it served as a football stadium for the club Besiktas In 1989, it was converted into a 5-star hotel of the Kempinski Hotels chain. It is located on the European Shore of the Bosphorus, between Besiktas and Ortakoy in Istanbul, Turkey. Ten years later, the hotel was renovated according to the design of London-based architect Ezra Atiah .
ARR&D Interiors was responsible for the procurement of the hotel interior works in the rooms and public areas. It included construction works and all FF&E items.
ARR&D Interiors was in charge of the procurement process for interior works as a whole. Translating the architectural project into a reality, ARR&D Interiors followed all fit-out working process of the various areas: rooms, lobby, restaurants, bars, SPA, meeting, events areas and public areas. In the second phase, ARR&D Interiors provided services for FF&E, OS&E and artwork, sourcing out and searching for final products.
Project by: Arch. Ezra Atiah