The limits of representation as reflections in architecture : a case study of architecture in Turkey after the 1980s.

Güz, Fatma Eda


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F. E. Güz, “ The limits of representation as reflections in architecture : a case study of architecture in Turkey after the 1980s.,” Middle East Technical University, 1996.