Designed in partnership with Canadian studio Micacchi Architecture and Iglo Architects of Turkiye, the facility emphasizes and is a testament to Anatolia's passion for design and penchant for innovation. It features three distinct structures that, together, form an integrated production and design unit. The first is the main administrative building – a grand and refined architectural masterpiece that houses office space, showrooms, and research & product development labs. Simply walking through the space takes one on a visual journey of Anatolia’s aesthetic vision. The building adjoins a production plant with a planned total of six lines equipped with advanced manufacturing equipment such as 3D printers and double-band, double-deck kilns for producing porcelain tiles and slabs. The plant is conceived as a space for designers to experiment with materials and diverse methods to bring novel products to life. The intuitive and efficient building layout is accentuated by solid stone blocks and long, glass-clad voids, favoring focus and stability. Finally, an adjacent centralized storage space ensures efficient and monitored gathering of both raw materials and finished products. An impressive 2,267,450 ft2 / 210,653 m2, the facility is one of the largest and most technologically advanced in the world.