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Sarı Köşk - Emirgan Korusu

Hidiv İsmail Paşa tarafından yaptırılan Sarı Köşk, Şale üslûbunda olup bir kuş evi görünümündedir. Türk insanının geleneksel yaşama düzeninin gereği olarak bir sofa etrafinda toplanan plan şeması uzun yıllar değişmeden sürdürülmüştür. Sarkis Balyan tarafından tasarlanan yapıda, tavan ve duvar süslemeleri, büyük yüksek, kapı ve pencereler, iç mekanlarda parlak renkle zenginleştirilmiş işlemeler önem taşımaktadır. Sarı Köşk, üst katında üç oda bir salon, alt katta dört oda, hol ve mutfak ve bir bodrum katından oluşur. Süsleme sanatının en ince özelliklerini taşır. İç tavanda çiçek motifleri yağlı boya figürler, dış cephe süslemeleri oyma el sanatının tipik örneğidir. San rengi beyazla birlikte motife edilmiş bir kuş evini andıracak şekilde dekore edilmiştir.

The Yellow Pavilion (Turkish: Sarı Köşk) is a large wooden mansion in the form of a chalet built by Khedive Ismail Pasha between 1871-1878 as a hunting lodge and guest house.

Situated in the center of the park and overlooking the Bosporus, the two-storey mansion with one balcony, one terrace and a basement is constructed on an area of 400 m2 (4,300 sq ft). It consists of four rooms, one hall and a kitchen in the lower floor and three rooms and one salon in the upper floor. Its layout reflects the architecture of the traditional Ottoman house with a salon encircled by many living rooms. The ornaments at the ceilings and the walls were the work of Armenian-Turkish court architect Sarkis Balyan. The ceilings are enriched with oil painted flower figures and the facades with outstanding carvings. The high doors and windows, as well as the opulent interior decorations in bright colors reflect the glory of that era. A pond is situated to the northeast, next to the mansion.

Used only by the owners from the very beginning, the pavilion was restored within four months in the beginning of the 1980s with due diligence, furnished with antiques and opened to the public as a cafeteria. The Yellow Pavilion, the main base of the park, is run since 1997 by Beltur, the tourism company of the Metropolitan Municipality of Istanbul. Up to 100 guests can be served at the premise in summer and winter time.

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