The evolution and evaluation of the fenaket megaroid dwellings : a seasonal hamlet in western Bozburun peninsula

Özberk, Banu
When rural settlements are examined in Anatolia, an evolution process from the prehistoric times could be observed rather than a radical change, about the building architecture and settlement pattern qualities. However, it is, in fact, a chronic discussion subject between the authorities that this case is a result of an inheritance of a building tradition from the predecessors to successors of the society or a reproduction of the similar spatial fiction after the same factors and inputs. The case of Fenaket rural settlement, which is situated at the western part of the Bozburun peninsula, maintains parallel characteristics, and stays within the limits of this discussion, by its vernacular architecture and spatial arrangement. The purpose of this research is to analyze and to document the vernacular dwellings and settlement pattern of abandoned Fenaket Village; to identify the evolution and the evaluation process of the megaroid houses of Fenaket; and to develop the means for sustaining this traditional example.


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Citation Formats
B. Özberk, “The evolution and evaluation of the fenaket megaroid dwellings : a seasonal hamlet in western Bozburun peninsula,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.