Architecture in Turkey around 2000: Issues in Discourse and Practice



Architecture in Turkey around 2000 - Issues in Discourse and Practice
Altan, Tomris Elvan; Özkaya, Ayşe Belgin (2005-01-01)
Architecture in Translation: Germany, Turkey and the Modern House
Erkal, Namık Günay (2016-08-01)
Architecture, revolution and temporality: the Soviet avant-garde and the politics of modernism
Demirok, Görkem; Sargın, Güven Arif; Department of Architecture (2017)
This study aims to present a political re-reading of modernism and the Soviet Avant-garde through their conceptualizations of temporality. To that end, affirmative and negative characteristics of modernism and the avant-garde in their relation to modernity and the capitalist mode of production are examined, and their over-identification with capitalism is questioned. Thereafter, the Soviet context of modernism and the avant-garde are analyzed through the temporal conception of Bolshevism. The study claims t...
Architecture as a discursive discipline: inflatable spaces of radical avant-gardes
Eryılmaz, Emine Burcu; Savaş Sargın, Ayşen; Department of Architecture (2019)
This thesis is an inquiry into the inflatable architecture of avant-garde architects, produced from the late 1960s to the early 1970s. Positioning this strand at the transformation of architectural discourse, it starts with the assumption that the period between the late 1960s and the early 1970s marked a paradigm shift in architecture, catalyzed by the technological developments and; social, political and cultural upheavals during this period. This shift represents a break from the conventional definitions...
Architecture at the ends of the world: Korean and Western architectural traditions in comparison
Jung, Ji Suk; Peker, Ali Uzay; Department of History of Architecture (2019)
Architecture is not simply building. It has been an intellectual effort from the ancient period onwards. Western architecture is defined by a variety of knowledge systems and disciplines. The architectural approach in Korea and on the whole in South Eastern Asia is totally different. The principles of building became accumulated, but they have not been subject to independent studies. Architecture was a part of the practices of the belief and philosophical systems and their manners and customs. In Korea, the...
Citation Formats
A. B. Özkaya and T. E. Altan, Architecture in Turkey around 2000: Issues in Discourse and Practice. 2005, p. 163.