|Solution:||Restaurant & Cafe|
|Products:||Retractable Skylights / Roofs|
|Size:||14,5m x 20m (47' x 65')|
|Glazing:||16X mm Solar Control PC|
This amazing historical structure in Tarsus city in Mersin was estimated to be built by the Seljuk Turks sometime in 1557 during its recent restoration they discovered a mosaic thought to be dated back to Grecian times.
It was part of this restoration process that involved Libart stepping in, designing a fully retractable skylight over the main atrium. This opening dome features 8 bays and retracts to allow the atmosphere in and out of the atrium.