The building facade is planned as a ventilated facade with different finishes depending on the position. The basement is finished with natural, rustic, 3cm thick stone slabs on an inox substructure, with a chamfered edge finish. The ground and upper floors are covered with large-format ceramic facade tiles, 5mm thick, on a standard metal substructure.

Relief terracotta facade panels are installed on the recessed floor and bay windows. All finishes are mounted by hanging or gluing onto standard spacers of the necessary height to provide a ventilation layer.

Large-format ceramic facade tiles

Natural, rustic stone slabs on an inox substructure

Relief terracotta facade panels


Facade Ironmongery

Combination of rotating and sliding aluminum frames – Made of aluminum profiles with thermal break, in RAL 1035 color. – Concealed, externally mounted beige-white aluminum venetian blind with remote control – Sliding insect screen on sliding frames or roller on rotating frames. – Triple glazed AGC Glass Europe or equivalent – On low parapets, vertical steel flanges in facade color are used as railing on the external side – On terraces, railing made of vertical steel flanges, finished with a horizontal piece of flat steel on top, – Powder-coated in RAL 1035 Metallic


Walls and Facade Layers

Walls and Roof

The walls between the apartments are made of 20cm thick silicate blocks, on both sides sound insulated and covered with gypsum coating. The other walls are made of 19cm thick masonry blocks, covered with insulated gypsum coating towards corridors. Partition walls and installation channel ledges are made of brick. On all buildings, there are flat non-walkable roofs with durable finishing layer.


Within the facades, 15 cm stone wool insulation was used, except in the area where the cladding is made of composite aluminum panels, where the insulation is 12 cm thick. Under the cement screed in the living area, 1cm thick insulation made of expanded polystyrene will be used as sound insulation from impact noise and 3cm thick insulation as a thermal insulation layer.

Thermal insulation of 5 cm is placed on the corridor walls and 3cm stone wool layer is used for the apartments in the scope of gypsum lining in spaces that do not have increased humidity and thermal plasters in the bathrooms. Between the apartments, due to the requirement for greater insulation, a silicate block is coated on both sides with 3 cm stone wool in a gypsum coating.


Reinforced concrete ceilings in apartments are finally smoothed and painted with white dispersion paint after the application of a thin layer of plaster. In the bathrooms of apartments, suspended ceilings made of moisture-resistant gypsum plasterboards on a substructure with a height of 20cm. A suspended ceiling made of water resistant gypsum boards on a substructure, painted with an exterior facade paint, is planned on the terraces.



Entrance Door

Entrance Door – Dark Wood

  • High-quality security doors
  • Door are 223cm high and 110cm wide
  • 3-point locking system with 6 locking points and a security lock, provide a maximum level of anti-burglary and fire protection – High quality equipment
  • Natural veneer finish, dark wood design
  • Sound insulation up to 42dB

Enterior Door

Room Door – White

  • High-quality interior doors
  • Doors are 216 cm hight and 81-91 cm wide
  • Single-leaf and made of laminated wood, with the door jamb covered with 4 mm MDF
  • The door hardware contains hidden hinges and a sealing rubber
  • The doors are white paint finished


Floor and Wall Finishes

Appartment floor

The Flooring is designed by multilayer hardwood parquet such as oak parquet for the living spaces and first-class granite ceramics for the wall and floor where needed, such as the bathroom and kitchen.

The parquet planks are of various widths ranging from 12cm to 16cm and lengths ranging from 120cm to 160cm. They are installed in a straight pattern without a rustic appearance. The parket is Finished by water-based matte Finish varnish for parquet Flooring.

Bathroom Floor & Wall

The bathroom flooring and wall covering is designed by the first class granite ceramics by renowned Italian, Spanish or similar producer.

Bathroom walls are tiled with large format tiles up to the full height. Behind the bathroom sink thin grey shade patterned decor tiles are envisaged.

Kitchen Wall

On kitchen walls, it is planned to install stone effect large slabs, d=6mm, porcelain stoneware on countertop and backsplash (up to a height of 150cm from the floor).

Design intent is to be in natural stone colors, textures and shades.

Terrace floor

Large format terazzo looking granite tiles with anti slip properties are envisaged for terraces flooring.


Sanitary Equipment

The sanitary equipment planned for the toilets and bathrooms in a building are 1st class equipment. The sanitary equipment includes above-counter washbasins, wall-hung toilets, Geberit concealed cistern , Ariston Velis EVO SOL water heaters, walk-in shower enclosures with glass panels and stainless-steel linear floor drains, and Italian brand shower faucets and mixers.


Water Supply and Sewage

Water Supply

The water supply system in the building is designed using polypropylene PP-R water pipes, while the risers and distribution network in the sanitary facilities are made of three-layer polypropylene pipes and öttings, with dimensions according to the calculation. For each apartment, there are planned remote reading control water meters in the revision above the built-in toilet tank.

The hot water preparation is solved locally, through boilers located in the bathrooms and kitchens. 80-liter boilers are placed above the washing and drying machines and are concealed within the bathroom furniture, matching the design of the rest of the apartment interior furniture. Low-mounted pressure boilers with a capacity of 10 liters are installed under the sinks.


The sewage system is designed with an adequate number of vertical pipes for collecting wastewater. The vertical pipes are built into the channels. The horizontal distribution in the sanitary facilities is within the walls and in the recessed øoor of the sanitary facilities.

The entire distribution is sloped from 1 to 2%. The complete distribution of the sewage system is designed with sound-optimized three-layered polypropylene drain pipes.


Heating and Ventilation

Heating System

The heating system consists of central heating with high aluminum radiators with bimetallic coating and additional pipe radiators (towel dryer) in the bathrooms and toilets.

All heating equipment is supplied with thermostatic valves and pre-setting radiator thermostatic valves for energy optimization.

Air Conditioning

Concealed interior duct units are planned in areas under MDF masks. Air conditioning air is distributed through built in grilles External units are located on the roof of the building.


The ventilation system includes forced ventilation in the bathrooms with suction fans equipped with non-return valves and timers.


Electrical Installations

Each apartment has its own dual-tariff direct meter which will be located in the meter distribution electrical room. In addition to the entrance door to the apartment, distribution boards are installed with standard heat-resistant plastic casings, with protective doors. The project includes a system with card-based door access for the apartment. Part of the installation in the apartments is controlled through equipment based on the SMART protocol.

Lighting control (turning on/turning off and dimming as well as controlling the operation of the blinds is provided through buttons and additionally through a smartphone application. In the living room and dining room, it is possible to dim the central light above the table (two channels are provided for this purpose). Other light sources can only be turned on or off.

Control of motorized blinds is possible in all rooms where they are installed. Control of the air conditioning system is also provided. Each touch panel has an integrated temperature sensor. Glass touch panels with touch-sensitive öelds and corresponding symbols are provided for control purposes. Adequate panels with the appropriate number of öelds are installed in each room. Each channel (öeld) can control any device in the system. Based on the sensor information, it is possible to activate the backlighting of symbols or perform various actions in the iDM3 software, such as turning on room lighting circuits.



Base Build

Recessed spot light with IP protection, built in bathroom suspended ceiling
D:Ø154 mm, H: 63 mm

Surface-mounted light, in apartment corridors without suspended ceiling
D:Ø110 mm, H: 102 mm

Recessed spot light, in apartment corridors built in suspended ceiling
D:Ø120 mm, H: 60 mm

Recessed spot light with IP protection, built in terraces suspended ceilings
D:Ø216 mm, H:106 mm

Interior (Fit Out) Lighting

Interior round mirror light, in bathroom above sink D:Ø600 mm, W: 27 mm

Interior recessed spot light, built in air conditioning cover D:Ø65 mm, H: 69 mm

Interior pendant light in dining room D:Ø230 mm, H: 340 mm

Interior pendant light in living room D:Ø1400mm



Elevator cabin type as Schindler or similar by renowned manufacturer are designed in the complex.

Automatic doors with doors that open in one direction (telescopic) or in both directions (central) are installed. The cabin is self-supporting, compact, made of steel profiles and sheets, protected with basic color, and equipped with a control box.

The cabins are RAL 1035 metallic color önished. The entrance area of the elevator is emphasized with large format ceramic tiles.




All buildings within the complex are reinforced concrete, low-rise structures founded on a raft foundation. Floor structure comprises reinforced concrete slabs with a thickness of 20cm, which are supported by reinforced concrete beams and walls or columns at appropriate intervals. Horizontal forces due to wind and seismic activity are resisted by the reinforced concrete walls in both orthogonal directions.

The number of øoors in the buildings varies from 2Po+Su+P+2+Ps to Su+P+2+Ps.

Vertical circulation is provided by reinforced concrete single-flight staircases and elevators. The basement is designed for the parking of passenger cars in accordance with the architectural design.

Typical residential buildings (C, D, E, F, R) have access to garages along the entire length of the facade opposite the pedestrian entrance to the building. Non-typical residential buildings (G, H, B) have access at one location and share traffic and parking spaces within a common garage. In buildings G and H, parking systems such as lifts are designed, and parking system pits are formed in the raft foundations of these buildings along with pits for lifts and separators.



The entire interior of the King’s Fountain complex exudes luxury and elegance. When furnishing each apartment, furniture made of the highest quality materials was chosen, with special attention given to selecting details that transform the living space into a lavish home. All elements in the space are crafted from natural materials to ensure guests feel comfortable and at ease, which, alongside aesthetics, was one of the main criteria when selecting furniture.