When we ask about her daily routines, she tells us that she does not call it a routine, it is a seasonal flow and goes on: “I start the day very early, even Pudi, our dog, does not wake up then. I do painting and depending on weather conditions, I am busy with the greenhouse and garden. When Pudi wakes up, we walk into the forest. We go to the bazaar, to Azmak for swimming and spend time with our friends. Days, months and years seem to follow each other as if they say “lived happily ever after’.” The daily flow for Sezer is a little more dynamic according to his passion yet he says his constant routine is to work on the computer.
Fem & Sezer show us around… When we want to learn about the heart of this house, she points out that the house is the heart of itself since it lies in a forest on its own. The spaces are not clearly separated from each other through doors. Because the doors are the rare details in this house, even in the bathrooms. Therefore, the positive circulation between the rooms seems to support Fem’s opinion too. The idea that there is no border between spaces is reflected in their habits according to seasons.
In summer, I sometimes prefer the bed in the guest room. If Sezer is watching something in the living room, that room is ideal for reading a book and taking a nap. In winter, I have a floor mat in front of the stove. I like lying out there.
For the couple, it is important that their friends who come to visit them adapt the rules of the house. More, it is a pleasure to welcome their friends who love cooking in their home and gather around the table in their garden.