The Anatolian Lighthouse Village is a small village in Istanbul located on a site with an amazing view over the black sea and end side of the Phosphorus at the Anadolufeneri village in the Asian part of Istanbul. The village is known for its famous lighthouse which receives a high number of visits throughout the year.
The municipality vision for the village was transformed into tourists attractive with minimum budget. Our proposal revolves around creating a spine for the village though emphasizing on one central “corridor” which can be pedestrianized when public events are hosted in the village.
The corridor is pivoted around three main plazas; the entrance place, the central plaza and the lighthouse plaza. The corridor is supported by other open spaces such as the children playground, open fair yard, and viewing platforms.