Programming mixed-use projects with changing urban dynamics and user profile

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2015
Uğur, Emre
The thesis investigates mixed-use projects and their functions and these projects' relationships with urban from urban scale to the building scale with examining mixed-use idea and mixed-use environments in urbanization processes from industrial revolution and post-industrial urbanization to the modernization, postmodernization and eventually context of globalization. Existing structures in post-industrial era, development of modern cities, modernism, post-modernism and neoliberal globalization, are analyzed chronologically in each chapter about centralization modes of urban and urban planning processes and these processes' relationships with politics and economy. Contemporary urban structure, relationship between planning and economy and social dynamics and links between mixed-use projects and these relationships are researched with the results of the concepts which are surveyed until contemporary debates. As a result of this, there will be an analyze about contemporary meaning of mixed-use projects and its relationship with architecture, urbanization, urban planning, centralization, social dynamics, user profile and economic structures.

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E. Uğur, “Programming mixed-use projects with changing urban dynamics and user profile,” M.Arch. - Master of Architecture, Middle East Technical University, 2015.