Peripheral development of residential areas in Ankara: OR-AN case study.

Büyükaltıntaş, A. Hamdi


Urban archaeological ıssues and resources in İzmir historic city centre: an exploratory case study
Belge, Burak; Tuna, Numan; Department of City and Regional Planning (2005)
In Turkey, the majority of the historic city centres have been continuously occupied since early ages onwards and where still occupation exists. The multi-layered structure of historic centres both can indicate the historical continuity of cities and enhance urban consciousness, if urban archaeological resources are handled effectively into planning process. However, the recent policies and strategies don̕t allow the handling of urban archaeological resources, especially invisible sub-soil resources, into p...
Urban sectoral growth and structural change: the case of development of hotels in Ankara
Akkahve (Ataöv), Deniz; Balamir, Murat; Department of City Planning (1990)
Urban-spatial analysis of mass housing environments: mapping Batıkent in search of alternatives to generic housing
Küreli Gülpınar, Ece; Balamir, Aydan; Department of Architecture (2021-3)
Living environments in Turkey are shaped with generic housing blocks implemented by public and private actors operating in the mass housing production. Despite the relative diversification and pluralism that started in the 1980s, mainstream housing practice has given rise to the spread of stereotypical patterns and types forming the morphology of cities over time. Nevertheless, alternative searches for the architecture and planning of mass housing have managed to find little gaps for realization. Batıkent ...
Urban obsolescence: an evaluation of observed and perceived criteria in the context of Ulus historic city center in Ankara
Hatiçoğlu, Mervenur; Büyükcivelek, Ahmet Burak; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2021-11-10)
Ulus, the historic city center of Ankara, has been experiencing a steady urban obsolescence process, which threatens the cultural values inherited from prehistoric civilizations to the early republican period and the ongoing urban life in the quarter. Although there are many concepts in the literature that defines urban depression in cities, such as urban decline, blight, and shrinkage, they all have nuances in their theoretical background in terms of causes and effects. In the case of Ankara city and Ulus ...
Urban Development Projects And The Construction Of Neo-Liberal Urban Hegemony: The Case Of İzmir
Penpecioğlu, Mehmet (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2013-6-1)
Son 30 yıllık süreçte neo-liberalizme eklemlenmiş bir çok ülkede, büyük ölçekli kentsel projeler (BKP’ler) başat bir girişimci kentsel siyasa mekanizması haline gelmektedir. Mekanın üretiminde hegemonik bir güç inşa eden BKP’ler ile; merkezi iş alanları, turizm merkezleri, korunaklı ve lüks konut alanları ve alışveriş merkezleri gibi “neo-liberal kentleşme” mekanları üretilmektedir. BKP’ler “mekan üretiminin hegemonik projeleri” olarak yalnızca sermaye birikim ilişkilerinin yeniden üretilmesinde değil; aynı...
Citation Formats
A. H. Büyükaltıntaş, “Peripheral development of residential areas in Ankara: OR-AN case study.,” Middle East Technical University, 1985.