I didn't know what to expect to see in Tuba's house, but I at the very least imagined her house to be proper reflection of how she looked: pretty. Mixed and matched, fresh, relaxed, and chic.
Frida Kahlo's strong personality and the courage she displays in painting her pains are the main reasons Tuba likes her.
I feel like Turkish tiles were the starting point for determining the colors of the house. Turquoise, blue, and various tones of red.
At the age of 19, when she started making money, she decided to invest art she could afford. Then her collection grew larger with time. The artpiece above belongs to Merve Morkoç.
The circular art piece on the wall belongs to Haluk Akakçe, her friend and roommate from when she lived in New York.
Turbine Clock by George Nelson