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Colliding urban transformation process: the case of historical peninsula, Istanbul
Over the last three decades, the disruptive quality of urban and social restructuring processes in Turkey has been intensified by the government’s decision to embrace the concept of urban transformation as a tool to boost ...
A social and spatial restructuring in inner-city residential areas: the case of Istanbul
In Turkey over the last twenty years, the disruptive quality of such restructuring processes has been exacerbated by the government’s decision to embrace urban transformation as a tool to speed the country’s integration ...
Design workshops as a tool for informal architectural education
(Open House International Association, 2015)
Although the design studio has formally been the locus for design education, informal education approach has gained more and more acceptance in the world. Informal education, which is the education outside the confines of ...
Istanbul as a palimpsest city and imperfection
The first Istanbul Design Biennial with the theme of “Imperfection” took place between 13 October and 12 December, 2012. The theme of “Imperfection” was attempted to be read through Istanbul during the Biennial organised ...
Istanbul: The city as an urban palimpsest
The metropolitan cities of the world continue to grow rapidly with their dynamic, mostly chaotic features that perpetually contain randomness, notwithstanding their specific differences. These inevitably constantly changing ...
Istanbul’s new housing trends: caught between global and local?
(The American Institute of Architects, 2003)
Over the last two decades, Istanbul’s socio-cultural and urban identities have been transforming radically. Turkey’s globalization, internationalization, and rapid flow of information have played a significant role in ...
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