Historical evolution of shopping areas

Özdemir, Ayşe Dilek


History and Characteristics of Construction Techniques Used in Traditional Timber Ottoman Houses
Şahin Güçhan, Neriman (2018-01-01)
The aim of this article is to make a comprehensive review of the traditional timber house constructions in Turkey, which constitutes the majority of the existing Ottoman architectural legacy. After a short historical background focused on the Ottoman territory, the first section explores regional differences in the housing tradition, developed according to local features and defined by architectural features, material characteristics, and availability of materials. Derived from these regional differences, i...
Historical climatic and hydrologic modeling over a watershed at Peninsular Malaysia
Amin, M.Z.M.; Shaaban, A.J.; Kavvas, M.L.; Chen, Z.Q.; Jang, S.; Ercan, Ali; Ishida, K. (2015-01-01)
© 2015 ASCE.Before investigating future climatic and hydrologic conditions over Peninsular Malaysia, preliminary climatic and hydrologic simulation results were presented in this paper. The coarse time-space resolution ECHAM5, MRI-CGCM2.3.2 and CCSM3 GCM historical control runs' atmospheric data during the period of 1970-1999 were dynamically downscaled into 1-hour-increment hydroclimate information at 6-km spatial resolution over Peninsular Malaysia. The simulated precipitation and the air temperature over...
Historical origins of academic orientalism in Russia
Özbaş, Mustafa; Boztemur, Recep; Department of Eurasian Studies (2006)
The objective of this thesis is to examine the history of Oriental studies in Russia from the beginning of the first Russian interaction with Oriental societies to the end of the 19th century. In particular, the thesis attempts to explain under what conditions Russia had started conducting research on the language, history, geography and culture of the East and how Russian Oriental studies evolved from the practical aims to the academic goals. The central hypothesis of this thesis is that there is a close r...
Historical background of Libyan mosque architecture: assesment and criticism of mosquesin Ajdabiya city
Buhlfaia, Saeid; Cengizkan, Ali; Department of Architecture (2006)
The study attempts to trace the development of mosque architecture in Islamic history, in modern architecture in the world, specifically focusing on the history of the mosque in Libya. It investigates whether the conformity of mosque components and finishing is due to historic, current and local Islamic prescriptions; due to functional purposes and necessities, or merely as an imitation of the stereotype styles for loyalty to mental and habitual traditions regardless of functions. The main objective of this...
Evolution of the elementary school buildings past and present.
Köse, Filiz; Department of Architecture (1992)
Citation Formats
A. D. Özdemir, “Historical evolution of shopping areas,” Middle East Technical University, 1991.