A socially constructed reality : Sedad Hakkı Eldem

Bursa, Nihal


A Scrupulous and silent rationalist: the architect Ayhan Tayman
Akay, Mehmet Zafer; Savaş Sargın, Ayşen; Department of Architecture (2018)
Ayhan Tayman, studied architecture in the second half of the 1940's in the Istanbul Technical University and worked as an assistant of Paul Bonatz who dominated the architectural scene of the country as well as educational approach of the school. He participated extensively in architectural competitions in the 1950s, working with different partners including Enver Tokay. In the 1960's he was oriented towards a totally different field, constructing his own housing designs, working as a contractorinvestor mai...
Changes in the discipline and identity of the architect: classical-academic and modern approaches to profession, education, design.
Balamir (Keskin), Aydan; Aslanoğlu, İnci; Department of Architecture (1996)
A novel approach for renovation of current social housing stock based on energy consumption in Turkey: significance of occupant behaviour
Harputlugil, Guelsu Ulukavak; HARPUTLUGİL, TİMUÇİN; Pedergnana, Matthieu; Sarioglu, Esra (Informa UK Limited, 2019-05-11)
The goal of this research is to attempt establishing occupant behaviour profiles and how that behaviour impacts energy consumption with regard to indoor comfort levels in the current social housing stock in Turkey. The data consists of a large statistical survey that included four housing complexes situated in different climate regions in Turkey. Another more detailed survey was given to occupants of housing blocks in Ankara. Apartments were also monitored during a one-week period in summer and again in win...
The architect : “Vedat Dalokay” as a social agent
Suzan, Burcu; Sargın, Güven Arif; Department of Architecture (2008)
This study intends to present a critical outlook to the position of an architect: “Vedat Dalokay” as a social agent. In this respect, it examines him through his multidimensional identity. Within this framework, the purpose is to interpret Dalokay, who formed his identity as a practicing architect, an administrator, a mayor, a politician, a writer and a literature admirer. In this respect, the thesis questions his unique personal standpoint in terms of: commodity production (as a typical member of the socie...
A comperative study in two neighborhoods in Tokyo and istanbul : an architectural and aesthetical analysis
Esen, Yadigar; Erzen, Jale Adile; Department of Architecture (2010)
This master thesis comprizes of a comparative study between two neighborhoods in two different cities: Nezu-Tokyo and Ortakoy-Istanbul. Although two cities that have been chosen seem incomparable in many respects, the study scale –neighborhoodsprovide a deeper apprehension to understand the differences or similarities that the two cultures and their architecture share. In the master thesis, the main factors that form, constitute, and limit the neighborhoods, with the help of the photographical medium, will ...
Citation Formats
N. Bursa, “A socially constructed reality : Sedad Hakkı Eldem,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2003.