Ibrahim Pasa Palace Restoration

The two-level building lines three sides of the main courtyard which is about seven meters above street level. The fourth side of the courtyard overlooks Atmeydani Square and harbours a structure under which is the main entrance to the building. The exhibition rooms of the upper floor display artefacts of the Ottoman and Seljukid period, such as calligraphy, textiles, and ceramics, while the lower floor houses ethnological and other temporary exhibitions.
Part of site Ibrahim Pasa Palace
Variant Names Ibrahim Pasa Sarayi
Location Istanbul, Turkey
Architect/Planner Hüsrev Tayla and Mustafa Ayaslioglu
Client Ministry of Culture
Date 16th c., restored 1982
Style/Period Ottoman
Centuries 16th, 20th
Decade 1980s
Building Types palatial, public/cultural
Building Usage palace, exhibition hall
Project ID 394
Keywords adaptive re-use; restoration and conservation

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