Actually, this house is of three houses, which are connected together by a central hall. The Turkish building regulations permit the exclusion that no houses in the area in the southwest of Turkey are larger than 75 square meters.
So, the architects of Global Architecture Development designed this to assume the third. Apart from the architecture and the breathtaking view of the house, it provides a special water collection tanks on the roof. That solves one or the other problem of water supply in optically quite appealing way.
The owners mixed a minimalist design style with a few more elements inspired by the Orient. Very nice.