Public İstanbul- Spaces and Spheres of the Urban



Public Space Furniture: Sitting Units in Shopping Malls' Waiting/Resting Areas
Kutbay, Nuriye Hande; Kesdi, Hatice Server; Yavuz, Cemil; Yalman Yıldırım, Zeynep (2016-05-11)
Peripheral Public Spaces. Types in Progress
Aral, Hacer Ela (2007-01-20)
Collaborative working spaces: project ecologies and means of interaction and collaboration
Ertan, Seren; Gürsel Dino, İpek; Department of Architecture (2019)
Industrial revolutions through time changed the nature of work and triggered a shift from a 'service' economy towards a knowledge-based economy that is derived from information and ideas. This shift, which was concerned with organizing data and products, to a 'knowledge' economy that relied on worldwide information and communications network, brought along the necessity of reconsidering work practices and concepts. Changing work practices caused organizations to become more agile and flexible towards consta...
Sustainable Urbanism: Envisioning New Agents for Planning and Designing Sustainable Spaces
Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge; Karadoğan, Selen; Şanlı, Ekin Güneş; Temurer, Sena; Yıldırım, Göksun; Gürel, Esra; Aşçı, Yağmur; Abuzaid, Hadeel; Falak, Hareem; Tufan, Aybüke; Sönmez, Büşra (İDEALKENT, 2020-12-01)
Sustainable urbanism studies cities, their parts and urbanisation practices to promote their long-term viability and liveability by reducing consumption, waste and harmful impacts on people, places, and environment, and to enhance the physical, ecological, economic, social well-being, health, and equity of people, places and environment. It turns into practice through planning, design and engineering, while at the same time, caring about the sustainability of natural environment and ecosystems, and social, ...
Collaborative building control: a conceptual mixed-initiative framework
Topak, Fatih; Pekeriçli, Mehmet Koray (Taylor & Francis, 2021-6-22)
In the last two decades, automation systems have shown advanced developments and are widely adopted for various purposes in many fields. However, automation in buildings has not gained popularity and has a low acceptance level amongst the occupants. Decreased perceived control, ever-changing dynamic human needs, and standardized, one-size-fits-all approach in current automation systems lead to disharmony in human-machine coexistence. Although well-established continuous interaction between building control ...
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F. Baş Bütüner, Public İstanbul- Spaces and Spheres of the Urban. 2008.