Re-interpreting depth: Architectural representation and virtual reality.

Download
2002
Kınayoğlu, Gökçe

Suggestions

Re-reading urbanization experience of istanbul: through changing residential mobility behaviour of households
Kamacı, Ebru; Işık, Oğuz; Department of City and Regional Planning (2012)
In 2000 more than one fifth of Istanbul’s population lived in a different place than their place of residence five years ago. If we consider that the 2000 population of Istanbul was around some 9.2 million, this figure means that nearly 2 million people were not living in 2000 where they used to live in 1995. Of these two million mobiles, more than half (11.5% of total) were intra-urban movers who moved from one district to another in Istanbul in the same period. Changing the place of residence can be seen ...
Re-mapping contemporary architecture in Turkey based on the relationship between urbanisation and architecture: Eskişehir road development in Ankara
Günel, Ahmet; Güzer, Celal Abdi; Department of Architecture (2020)
The purpose of this thesis is to re-map contemporary architecture in Turkey through the transformative and correlative relationship between urban and architectural scales because the contemporary transformation of architecture in recent years is considerably related with its urban meaning and its role within the urban context. In order to achieve this, a theoretical background, which includes a comprehensive literature survey and a general framework of architecture and urbanization relation in Turkey with h...
Re-integrating the fragmented context: preservation and presentation of Side /
Güven Ulusoy, Feran Özge; Bilgin Altınöz, Ayşe Güliz; Restoration in Department of Architecture (2014)
Towns can be regarded as the existing physical witnesses of the superimposition of different periods. In their formation process, each civilization reshapes the urban form of the towns in relation to the remains of the previous periods. However, changing conditions and context in time cause changes in the physical form through transformations, additions and removals. This process are resulted with losing some components and consequently the integrity of the towns. Disintegration brings the fragmentation and...
RE-UNDERSTANDING MULTIDISCIPLINARY BUILDING DESIGN PROCESSES TOWARDS THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABILITY: A MULTI-LAYERED DESIGN APPROACH
DURAN, ÖZGE SELEN; Güzer, Celal Abdi; Department of Architecture (2022-7-7)
Sustainability has been one of the most researched and discussed issues within the realm of architecture as a discipline and also within the building design as a practice. However, the focal point in the majority of existing studies concentrate primarily on the design development and building performances based on the components of the design, where pre-design and post-design phases as well as multidimensional contribution of different actors are excluded. Therefore, perceiving and evaluating the entire pr...
Re-thinking the production of urban built environments in the face of climate change
Peker, Ender (2020-08-07)
Citation Formats
G. Kınayoğlu, “Re-interpreting depth: Architectural representation and virtual reality.,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2002.