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ILLUMINATING AN EMPIRE: SOLAR SYMBOLISMS IN MUGHAL ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Thomas, Robin; Peker, Ali Uzay; Department of History of Architecture (2021-9-2)
Studies on Mughal art and architecture and studies on the solar symbolisms and sacred kingship separately constitute established routes in academia and continue to inform our understanding of both the topics with establish...
FABLABS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO SUSTAINABILITY IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS
Coşkun, Beyza; Aydınoğlu, Arsev Umur; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2021-9)
Since their first establishment at the beginning of the millennium, the number of fablabs has increased significantly worldwide. Fablabs serve many purposes, such as facilitating repairs, relocating production locally, edu...
Elementary architectural formations and the METU Campus
Özen, Nejat Emre; Savaş Sargın, Ayşen; Department of Architecture (2021-8-27)
Designed by the Çinici architects in the 1960s, the architecture of the METU Campus presents a unique creation of the elementarist space conception. This study aims to discover the underlying agents of the embedded element...
CULTURE OF ARCHITECTURE: AN INQUIRY INTO FRAGMENTS OF PERCEPTION, CONCEPTION, AND REASON
Korkmaz, Cem; Savaş Sargın, Ayşen; Department of Architecture (2021-8-26)
Architecture is a culturally fueled, creative, and interdisciplinary profession. It operates in the conception, coordination, and critical assessment of the built environment while requiring the refinement of an architectu...
SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY AND CO-HOUSING: A READING OVER SEDAD HAKKI ELDEM’S STUDIES ON TRADITIONAL TURKISH HOUSE TYPOLOGIES
Çerşil, Ayşen; Erkılıç, Mualla; Department of Architecture (2021-8-10)
Reconsideration of sustainability as a holistic approach to meet today’s societal and ecological challenges requires the integration of environmental, economic, social, and cultural dimensions to sustainability’s subject m...
UNDERSTANDING AND MEASURING NEIGHBORHOOD ATTACHMENT AND KNOWLEDGE OF CHILDREN IN İSTANBUL
DEMİRKOL ÇAKAL, GİZEM; Severcan, Yücel Can; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-8-04)
The notion of place attachment starts to develop in childhood. However, the rapid urbanization processes endanger neighborhood knowledge of children and hence their attachment to their environments. The places are transfor...
Reconstruction of Collective Memory and Memory of Place: From Hergelen Square to Melike Hatun Mosque
Ata Arslan, Hatice Kübra; Bilsel, Fatma Cânâ; Department of Architecture (2021-8-03)
Shared memories help not only individuals but also groups to sustain their social existence. In order for memories to be shared, there is a need for a common ground where such memories accumulate, which is the collective m...
REPRESENTATION AND HISTORIOGRAPHY IN MODERN TURKISH ARCHITECTURE (1984)
Yakupoğlu, Gizem; Özkaya, Ayşe Belgin; İmamoğlu, Bilge; Department of History of Architecture (2021-8)
Modern Turkish Architecture (1984) is one of the first publications to evaluate the development of architecture in Turkey by relating it to the contexts within which architectural works were produced. The book, covering a ...
Mapping non-places through user-generated data: the case of ankara
Demiröz, Melek; Alanyalı Aral, Ela; Department of Architecture (2021-7-12)
“Place” as a phenomenon has been a long-debated topic in many research areas, from architecture to geography as well as in anthropology. In recent decades, people have lived in a fast-paced and homogenized world where cha...
MAKING OF THE CITY: UNCOVERING THE PLAN GAME
Türk, Cansu; Kömez Dağlıoğlu, Esin; Department of Architecture (2021-7-09)
Throughout the design process of a built environment, considering architecture and urban design separately and not associating them spatially cause the fundamental obstacle in integrating these fields. The thesis seeks to ...
A generative typology for critical regionalism: An urban design perspective
Kar, Zeynep Elif; Çalışkan, Olgu; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-7-09)
Traditional cities have evolved through a series of local codes from material use and architecture of the buildings to the syntactic structure of settlement pattern. The building rules embedded within the multi-layered nat...
THE EFFECT OF TECHNOLOGY CONVERGENCE ON CROSS-SECTORAL CO-EVOLUTION: THE CASE OF AUTOMOTIVE & ICT SECTORS
Saraçoğlu, Duygu; Akçomak, İbrahim Semih; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2021-7-7)
Recent developments show that convergence, particularly technology convergence, is one of the main trends that shape the new economy. Such that, the dominant sector is being created by more than one converging sector tha...
An Inquiry on Absolute Architecture: The Case Study of Arter in İstanbul
Şahin, Umut Bora; Kömez Dağlıoğlu, Esin; Department of Architecture (2021-7-5)
The notion of form has always had a prominent role in the discipline of architecture both for the theoretical discussions and the practice of building. Reconfiguring the physical conditions of architecture, the idea of for...
An Inquiry on the Architecture of Production: From Mills to Machine Landscapes
Güler, İlayda; Kömez Dağlıoğlu, Esin; Department of Architecture (2021-7-02)
Anthropocene is the present geological epoch in which human-built infrastructures dominate the resources of the world and highest levels of human intrusion to the ecosystems have been accumulated since the Industrial Revol...
CROWD ORIENTED PUBLIC SPACE APPROACH ON THE ISTIKLAL STREET, ISTANBUL: MANY PEOPLE, IN THE SAME PLACE, AT THE SAME TIME
Kesici, Neslişah; Ataöv Demirkan, Anlı; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2021-7)
The concepts of public space and crowd have been in a close relationship in every period of history. Especially in today's metropolises, this relationship leads to significant changes and transformations in urban dynamics....
A rupture in urban memory: vacant healthcare sites in the center of Ankara
Şenses, Ilgın; Basa, İnci; Department of Architecture (2021-7)
In the past few years, Ankara has become the arena of countless renewal projects that have resulted as a loss of continuity in the urban space. A recent example to that is the closure of numerous well-established, still fu...
Neoplatonism in Orthodox Christianity and Islam and Its Repercussions in Byzantine and Seljuk Architectures
Saracoğlu, Orçun Sena; Peker, Ali Uzay; Department of History of Architecture (2021-7)
Neoplatonism was arguably a significant factor in esoterically nurturing Christianity and Islam. It was influential in forming the worldview, culture, art, and architecture of the two religions. This study aims to trace ...
Reading Troy: Text, Site and Museum
Selçuk, Ayşe Mina; Güven, Suna Naziyet; Department of History of Architecture (2021-7)
The ancient city of Troy has been known universally as the site of Homer’s Iliad, witness of the legendary Trojan War, and the home of mythological characters immortalized in the epic prose. Troy can also be regarded as on...
EVALUATION OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC MEASURES FOR MASS TRANSPORTATION IN ANKARA
Shahin, Hind; Yetişkul Şenbil, Emine; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2021-7)
COVID-19 was labeled a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by WHO on the 30th of January 2020. Countries enacted measures to curb the spread of the virus, many of which resulted in limiting peoples’ mobility; ...
Animal Exploitation at The Late Pleistocene- Holocene Transition in Upper Mesopotamia (10.900 – 7.700 CAL. BC) With A Focus on A Proposed Hunter-Gatherer Crisis
Torun, Ahmet Onur; Pişkin, Evangelia; Department of Settlement Archaeology (2021-6)
This study focuses on the archaeofaunal data from early prehistoric communities in Upper Mesopotamia (Euphrates, Tigris and Urfa regions) to understand whether the changing settlement pattern was interlinked with the cha...
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