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This Turkish Complex Looks Like an M.C. Escher Print

Turkish architects Melike Altınışık and Gül Ertekin have been selected as finalists in an international competition to build a religious and cultural complex in Istanbul, and we have to admit that we're rooting for them because not only is their design very cool (like a real life Monument Valley), but it also looks like it could result in the citizens of Istanbul walking up and down stairs endlessly for all eternity. Or, at the very least, getting sort of lost in their new complex.

· competition entry for gulsuyu cemevi by melike altınışık and gül ertekin [design boom]