Urban space and gentrification in Istanbul in the twentieth century



Urban regeneration and sustainable community development in historic neigborhoods of Istanbul
Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge (Routledge, 2013-01-01)
Gezi Başkaldırısı Ertesinde Kent Mekânı Ve Siyasal Alanın Yeni Dinamikleri
Şengül, Hüseyin Tarık (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2015-6-15)
Turkey has been undergoing a dramatic change fueled by the twin dynamics of commodification of commons and conservative authoritarianism by the AKP led government. Urban space has been at the hearth of this project which have created an immense conflict and a radical split in the society. Gezi uprising emerged as a reaction both to such policies which have been companied by increasing authoritarianism of the government and to the failure of the insitutional political field in responding to such divisive pol...
Urban transformation of a socialist city: a case study of East Berlin - Alexanderplatz
Eriç, Dilra Nazlı; Sargın, Güven Arif; Department of Architecture (2008)
This thesis examines the role of politics in transformation of urban spaces. In this regard, the main focus is Berlin because the city represents how politics of each era is effective in urban development processes: Once a divided city after the World War II where Berlin manifested both parties’ ideological sentience and related urban strategies, the city soon came under successive transformations in accordance with the expectations of the new regime upon its re-unification. In this framework, by studying t...
Urban regeneration in Turkey: the challenge of regenerating apartment blocks
Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu (null; 2012-07-15)
Urban transformation projects in Ankara: challenge for a holistic urban planning system
Karaburun, Nursun; Uzun, Cemile Nil; Department of City and Regional Planning (2009)
The global weakening of nation states has isolated cities. On the other hand, the authority of local administrations has been increasing rapidly. Urban planning responsibility is under the authority of local governments. Due to intense competition for attractive solutions, local authorities have tended to use methods that produce immediate results. Therefore, planning approach has been changing and in place of comprehensive plans, we find quick fix projects. According to comprehensive planning approach and ...
Citation Formats
C. N. Uzun, Urban space and gentrification in Istanbul in the twentieth century. 2013, p. 254.