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Leading effect of visual plant characteristics for functional uses of green spaces
(Istanbul University Faculty of Forestry, 2016)
Plant materials have the ability to lead the people’s functional use purposes with their visual characteristics. In this study, we examined whether the functional use follows the plant materials’ visual characteristics ...
A study on relations between soil and plant species in alpine zone at Kazdaği National Park, Turkey
(Pakistan Botanical Society, 2013-12)
This study examines the plant species distribution and cover abundance scales relations with soil and other environmental factors such as elevation, exposure, slope in the alpine region. 10 sample areas were determined for ...
Performance based pavilion design: a dialogue between environmental and structural performance
(Ecaade-education & Research Computer Aided Architectural Design Europe, 2013)
This paper investigates the design process of a performance based pavilion from concept towards construction phases, by challenging conventional form and fabrication techniques. The proposed project is considered as a ...
Functional use change in green spaces: a case study of Kırklareli province
(IOP Publishing, 2017)
Green spaces which are one of the most important public spaces in urban design have an important role on qualified daily urban life. People escape from intense work pressure and traffic jam of metropoles to those urban ...
Does plant knowledge within urban forests and parks directly influence visitor pro-environmental behaviors
Urban parks and forests provide many services to society and are becoming essential components within urban landscapes worldwide. While substantial research and actions have been taken to understand various ecosystem ...
A parametric landscape urbanism method: The search for an optimal solution
Through ecological awareness, different methods have been investigated to explore the relationship between nature and design. Additionally, digital techniques and methods have begun to dominate all fields of professions, ...
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