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Use of public spaces in private space-led urbanization: The cases of Kadıköy and Ataşehir in İstanbul
Public spaces have been in interrogation in last decades. The focus of the dis-cussions is privatization of public spaces, regarding the way of urbanization. The approaches to the publicness of public spaces developed via ...
Environmental control in architecture by landscape design
The landscape design is a significant component of effective building design.Landscape elements can provide such benefits to buildings as shielding themfrom the sun, protecting them against wind, facilitating passive ...
Experiencing city by walking: Communication elements
Istanbul, a city ruled by various civilisations and governments, is quite important both historically, geographically and rich in culture. Cultural activitiesand spaces within which these activities took place, influenced ...
Planning dilemmas in deindustrialization process in İstanbul
The last two Master Plans of Istanbul Metropolitan Area targeted to transform Istanbul into a primary city as a cultural and financial center in its region, and a competitive city at the global level. This planning objective ...
An evaluation on immaterialisation phenomenon in religious spaces of architecture
This study relates to the subject, but with a specific focus on the material andthe conceptual approach of monumental religious architecture to the use of material. Material is originally formless; in a constant quest to ...
Scraping the layers: Tahsin Öz and his stylistic restorations in Topkapı Palace Museum
State-led heritage conservation was first experienced in Tanzimat Period inOttoman Empire. State continued being the major custodian of cultural heritagethroughout the 1950s. The general approach towards conservation of ...
An investigation on the attitudes towards adopting the design by coding paradigm
The recent developments in the digital technologies have led to an increase in the parametric modelling efforts and the use of parametric patterns in design. In order to manage this new paradigm where the design is becoming ...