Evaluation of the housing architecture change process in Syria (case study Aleppo): analyses, criticisms and proposals.

Hariri, Vehbi


Evaluation of urban regeneration issues for an early 20th century quarter : Kadiköy-Yeldeğirmeni
Tarkay, Guse; Cengizkan, Ali; Department of Architecture (2010)
In the 60s, a new notion gentrification was used as a kind of residential transformation and gained importance in the 1970s and 1980s through the world. The notion used for the quarters invaded by upper income people and transformed to eloquent and expensive quarters after some renewal projects. This process is criticized because of some negative effects such as, displacement of old residents, increase of the prices in the area, appearance of conflict between the people of community and disappearance of soc...
Tracking continuities between the modern and vernacular architecture: courtyard in the west mediterranean architecture as a case study
Arıkan, Fuat Deniz; Güzer, Celal Abdi; Balamir, Aydan; Department of Architecture (2015)
The main aim of this thesis is to search for the possible continuities of a particular spatial organization in the West Mediterranean culture, where the presence of modern and vernacular architecture will be shown to be affecting and integrating into each other. In the first chapter, the structure of the thesis is built upon the term Mediterraneanism. The general background of the region is also given with significant references to two publications; Fernand Braudel’s The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean ...
Evaluation of restoration projects of traditional dwellings in outer citadel of Ankara which are given gastronomic functions
Keskin, Irmak; Asatekin, Nafia Gül; Restoration in Department of Architecture (2008)
Traditional Dwellings in Ankara Citadel have an important place among both Anatolian and Ankara Traditional Dwellings, reflecting certain characteristics of their own. Citadel Area, as one of the oldest settlements in Ankara, has been hosting both residential and commercial activities for a very long period of time. Today, the area has regained its popularity; as a commercial, cultural and tourism center with the potential of its remaining values from the past and conservation movements held in the area sta...
Comparison of seismic assessment procedures in the current Turkish code
Okur, Abdullah; Yakut, Ahmet; Department of Civil Engineering (2007)
In Turkey, most of the existing buildings are vulnerable to earthquakes due to their poor material quality and inaccurate design. Besides, so many destructive earthquakes occurred in the past, because Turkey is located on a seismically active region. Therefore, existing buildings should be assessed and necessary precautions should be taken before a probable earthquake. To assess seismic performance of the existing buildings, the 2007 Turkish Earthquake Code offers two methods which are linear and nonlinear....
Evaluation of architectural and consciousness exploration architecture-based issues in seismic design
Mendi, H. Evgin; Ünay, Ali İhsan; Department of Architecture (2005)
The task of ءearthquake resistant design̕ of buildings is generally considered as the province of engineering profession. Although there exists considerable number of publications related to seismic design (documentations, articles, theses, books, and earthquake codes), most of them are addressed to structural engineers rather than architects. However, earthquake affects whole building and all professionals involved in construction process should have their own roles and responsibilities for earthquake resi...
Citation Formats
V. Hariri, “Evaluation of the housing architecture change process in Syria (case study Aleppo): analyses, criticisms and proposals.,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1996.