Kentsel dönüşüm üzerine Batı daki kavramlar tanımlar süreçler ve Türkiye



Process and participation in legal regulations of urban regeneration: the case of Zeytinburnu, İstanbul
Çiçek, Hüseyin; Balamir, Murat; Department of City and Regional Planning (2005)
High risks imposed by natural hazards, and changes in economic, socio-cultural and technological conditions compel Turkey to transform its cities rather than promote growth. In this respect, urban regeneration became a significant concern demanding a comprehensive and integrated vision and action. Turkey will have to focus on regenerating the built environment in the near feature, rather than follow conventional trends of city-extension development. As scope and methods of urban regeneration planning differ...
A historical and social analysis of an urban transformation : Akay Junction in Ankara
Sönmez, Çağlayan; Önür, Selahattin; Department of Architecture (2005)
This thesis explores the ways in which the concept of أcity junctionؤ has been considered as an element of the urban image within the network of circulation. The aim of this study is to make an historical analysis of urban transformation in Inönü Square at Ankara, instigated by the respect to recent traffic problem-centered nodal interventions in the area. Akay Junction, which is thought as 1930̕s representative space also having historical power as well as being a node where two significant axis intersect,...
Methodology and database requirements for urban regenerration action planning : the case of Zeytinburnu, İstanbul
Burnaz, Ahmet Mert; Balamir, Murat; Department of City and Regional Planning (2004)
As a result of the disregard of governments̕ direct urbanization policies for more than 50 years, most of the settlements in Turkey today demonstrate sub-standard environments and unauthorized developments subject to severe natural hazards. Turkey will have to focus in the near future on the renewal and regeneration of cities built over the past six decades, rather then sticking to urban policies solely devoted to extend new urban areas. The production of legal instruments and urban policies to facilitate t...
Evaluating urban growth trends by using SLEUTH model:a case study in Adana
Çapan, Hüseyi; Akyürek, Sevda Zuhal; Department of Geodetic and Geographical Information Technologies (2019)
In this study, various urban growth scenarios are simulated for Adana city by using SLEUTH urban growth model. In addition, the impact of the planned road in 2020 was investigated. The results of this study were compared with other SLEUTH model applications using a SLEUTH-specific comparison method. SLEUTH is a cellular automata simulation model developed for urban growth modelling. It is written in the C language and has an open source library. Since its first occurrence as an urban growth model, SLEUTH mo...
Integrating The Environment In Urban Development: Good Practice In Singapore
Leitmann, Josef (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 1998)
Singapore is a highly industrialized and urbanized city-state of three million people located in Southeast Asia. The city-state is located on an island of 647 km2 , nearly half ofwhich is built-up; road infrastructure covers another 11% of the island's land mass. Singapore's economy developed rapidly, growing from a GNP per capita of $1972 in 1971 to $22,541 in 1995. During the past 30 years, the population has doubled, the urbanized area of the island has doubled, housing units trebled, and industrial land...
Citation Formats
Z. M. Akkar Ercan, “Kentsel dönüşüm üzerine Batı daki kavramlar tanımlar süreçler ve Türkiye,” PLANLAMA-PLANNING, pp. 29–38, 2006, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: