Understanding city as an architectural and non-architectural program: learning from Ankara

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2006
Mutlu, Özlem
This thesis presents a critical reading on the apartment blocks transformed by urban programs in Kizilay urban core. The ultimate aim is to understand the transformative relationships of city and architecture within divergent conceptual levels through an analysis of generic building and processes of building consumption.

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Ö. Mutlu, “Understanding city as an architectural and non-architectural program: learning from Ankara,” M.Arch. - Master of Architecture, Middle East Technical University, 2006.