Murat Dal, Nihal Arıoğlu, Şefika Ergin, İbrahim Halil Şeker, Berfin Gökdemir, Elif Çelebi Karakök, Hacer Mutlu Danaci, Kemal Reha Kavas, İbrahim Bakır, Zarif Ezdeşir, Buğu Şah, Nimet Mert Ağar, Hale Gezer, Gül Aslı Aksu, Asena Kumsal Şen Bayram, Orkan Zeynel Güzelci, Sema Alaçam, Saadet Zeynep Bacınoğlu, Sinan Mert Şener, Tolga Kılıç, Damla Altuncu, Esra Lakot Alemdağ, Gülten Tandoğan, Hazal Artun, Betull Bektas Ekici, Nihal Arda Akyildiz, Özlem Tüz, Şehnaz Cenani, and Harry Timmermans
This book consists of the following 10 chapters
Chapter 1: Implementation of systems approach in material selection in the building
Chapter 2: Evaluation of climate-compatible elements in rural architecture: case of Diyarbakır province Erimli neighborhood
Chapter 3: Questioning the use of travertine as a construction materials in historical buildings within the context of sustainable architecture: the case study of Evdir Han
Chapter 4: The analyzing of architectural ornaments on historical Antakya houses, pavilion design as an example of the re-ornamentation
Chapter 5: Concept of “Aesthetic Value” lost in the modern-day anthropocene era and lessons to be derived from vernacular Nubian architecture
Chapter 6: Assessment of textile architecture form a sustainability perspective
Chapter 7: Digital fabrication shift in architecture
Chapter 8: Integrating the algorithmic tectonics to the design process with CAD/CAM: challenges and opportunities
Chapter 10: Energy efficiency in cross laminated timber (CLT) buildings
Chapter 11: Effect of green wall systems on building heating and cooling loads in sustainable design
Chapter 12: Facade damages that may cause / affect building cost items
Chapter 13: Spatial learning through landmarks
Murat Dal, Didem Baş, Seyhan Yardımlı, Mustafa Adil Kasapseçkin, Esra Bayır, Pelin Kılıç Kızıltaş, Nabi Volkan Gür, Sura Kılıç, Hale Gezer, Gül Aslı Aksu, Ş. Ebru Okuyucu, Seda Mazlum, Gamze Çoban, Nimet Mert Ağar, Gülhan Benli, Aysun F. Güner, Pelin Karaçar, Eyüp Salih Elmas, Murat Çağlar Baydoğan, Mehmet Yasin Çınar, Tülay Çivici, Gülden Ayalp, Yunus An, Şehnaz Cenani, Sema Alaçam, Esra Yağdır Çeliker, Gülen Çağdaş, and Hilal Aycı
Mimarlık Bilimleri ve Teknolojisi adlı kitabımızda özellikle, mimarlık teknolojileri paradoksu, farklı malzemelerin mimaride, iç mimaride, peyzaj mimarisinde kullanımı, yeni nesil malzemelerin kent ekosistemindeki önemi, engellilere yönelik tasarımlar, vernaküler mimari ve estetik değerinin önemi, mimari yapılarda görülen deprem hasarları ve kentsel dönüşüm, Anadolu medreselerinde mekan dizimi, stres kaynaklarının mimarlık öğrencilerine etkileri, mimaride farklı formlarda tasarım konularının irdelemeleri yapılmıştır.
Deniz Demirarslan, Selma Kayhan Tunali, Ozgur Algan, Mehtap Ozbayraktar, Sonay Ayyildiz, Gozde Altiparmakoglu Sakarya, Kemal Sakarya, Dilara Sonmez, Merve Alici Aka, Sinem Gunes, Elif Fatma Salihoglu, Saadet Aytis, Oguz Demirarslan, Elif Altin, Serpil Ozker, Ozge Urtekin, Ozge Urtekin, E. Begüm Savçın, Elif Ozdoglar, Cagri Yalcin, Seyma Gundogdu, Belma Alik, Ahmed Amr Elsaey, Tugba Duzenli, Serap Yilmaz, and Fatma Kurum Varolgunes
This book includes on Architectural, Georgian Villages, Traditional House Design, Space Syntax Method, Doors of Odunpazari Houses, Traditional Housing Architecture, Traditional Japanese House, Architecture of Hattians, Phrygian Civilization, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Art Nouveau, Furniture Design, Architecture of Le Corbusier, Floating Houses, Urban Silhouets, Turkish Art, Ottoman Cultural Context, Flintstones, Jetsons, Fictional Space, Indoor Plants, Planning Methods, Sustainable Waterfront, Seating Furniture, Design Processes, Covid-19 Pandemic
Duygu Akyol and Doruk Görkem Özkan
For this reason, in this study, it was aimed to create a “environmental sustainability guide” for local governments, in order to inform local governments to be more effective in environmental sustainability issues, to raise awareness on these issues, to encourage the public to take necessary measures, to encourage them and to ensure participation. Thus, it is aimed that local governments have the chance to produce similar projects by seeing the projects implemented in other countries or cities when they want to produce a project on these issues, or they can easily have the opportunity to develop new project ideas.
Ece Altınbaşak Haklıdır
Since the objective of this study was to provide insights into the planning and designing phases of creative and innovative zones, multiple case studies throughout the world were selected to gather descriptive information about the successful projects to identify the common patterns of aspects.
İpek Altuğ Turan, Emine Malkoç True, and Hatice Sönmez Türel
This study aims to examine the National Park’s natural and cultural resource values, flora and fauna existence, recreational possibilities and in these contexts to reveal the features of the park.
Gonca Büyükmıhçı, Ayşegül Akşehirlioğlu, and Saniye Uçar
This study included a research on the various methods used in designing new structures in archaeological sites. Data was gathered by going through the existing sources. The literature was reviewed first but sufficient data was not available to group and classify the methods. Consequently, examples from Turkey and the world were studied with the aim of contributing to the conceptual framework the absence of which was acutely felt in the literature. The findings revealed three main approaches to the new structure designs implemented in archaeological sites which were classified as construction on the archaeological site, underground construction on the archaeological site, and protective roof systems. A detailed reading was conducted on six examples – two from each of the three approaches. The data thus obtained were analyzed in the light of the numerous scientific essays on the subject and conservation guidelines before being reflected on the conclusion.
There is at the present time much apparent misunderstanding of the terms Landscape Architecture and Landscape Gardening. It is not unusual to hear it stated that “this calling a man a landscape architect instead of a landscape gardener’’ is merely a fad “filling one’s mind with images of quarries, stone cutters, creaking derricks, tapping trowels, and the like, instead of with pictures of free hand dealings with sunshine and shadow, trees, flowering shrubs and leaping fountains.”
The architect, engineer, and operative builder's constructive manual; or, A practical and scientific treatise on the construction of artificial foundations for buildings, railways, &c.
The author of the following treatise is happy to avail himself of the present opportunity of tendering his respectful acknowledgments to the members of the Architectural and Engineering professions, and to the public generally, for the very flattering manner in which the first part of the “ Manual ” has been received. The very rapid sale of the work, and the still increasing demand for it, have more than realised the anticipations of the author
THE IMPACT OF POLITICAL ISSUES ON DESIGN PROCESS OF NEWS STUDIO IN THE CONTACTS OF AESTHETIC MANNERS
Tane Dogan and Kıymet Giray
This study is dealt with this 30-years of TRT news studio design developments to show developments according to these manners. Design process is not just about aesthetic values or trend material usage. It is also shaped with all of the elements because this combination is showed us all the identification and development process of the countries.
The “Influence of Material on Architecture” being the subject given by the Council of the Royal Institute of British Architects for the Essay Medal for 1896, the following Essay was submitted and obtained the Medal. It was then printed in the “Builder,” and at the request of many friends is now published in book form along with the Illustrations. It must be remembered that it is an Essay, necessarily short by the rules of the Council, and was kept strictly within well-defined limits of space, so that many interesting by-paths have not been entered. It is, however, a subject of considerable importance and great fascination for Architects, and should appeal to an even wider circle. A limited edition has, therefore, been printed, and it is hoped will prove of interest to those who may be led to read it.
A complete history of the use of clay as a constructive or decorative material in architecture, would be analogous to that of civilization itself with its advances and declines, for the authentic records of this branch of pottery are older than those of any other ceramic production, extending through forty-one centuries. The art of pottery is the most ancient and universal of all, including as it does, in its widest sense, all objects made of clay moulded into form while in a moist, plastic state, and then hardened by fire.
Saadet Armağan Güleç Korumaz and Rukiye Merve Kilit
This study is important in terms of searching adaptation process of churches to mosque, examining of spatial differences between old and new function and also user perceptions related to these kind of reusing activities as well. Within the scope of the study, on-site investigations, library and archive searching, old photographs, restoration and drawings of the building were used. Study is supported by a questionnaire for understanding of user perception.
John Henry Hopkins
In presenting the following work to those who are interested in Church Architecture, the author is sensible that he is liable, amongst professional architects especially, to the charge of presumption, for meddling with a science which he cannot be supposed to understand. Perhaps the best mode of defending himself against this accusation, and of making a true apology for the book itself, will be to state the simple facts which gave rise to the undertaking.
Nuh Uğur Karslı and Umut Tuğlu Karslı
The aim of this study is to create a conceptual framework for effective integration of urban interiors which are spreading out day by day, with public spaces and public space users. In this context, a literature review on concepts of "urban interior" and "public space" has been conducted and the importance of integration of urban interiors with public space users has been discussed; methods to achieve this integration have been proposed and finally, urban interior project cases have been examined in order to embody these methods.
THE PROTESTANT BUILDINGS IN TURKEY/ KAYSERI CENTRAL MISSION STATION IN THE 19TH CENTURY: WITHIN THE SCOPE OF AMERICAN BOARD’S MISSIONARY MOVEMENT
H. Hale Kozlu
This study consists of three main steps. The first step is to scan the literature and the related archives; the second one is to survey the localized existing buildings, and to examine the present states of them. And finally, it is to synthesize, interpret and comment on obtained data
The American Board’s operations in Kayseri have been taken under 5 main titles as religious operations, educational operations, health operations, publication/press operations, and social operations. In this way, to understand the relationship with the buildings used, has been aimed in this study.
Mimarlık biliminin çok yönlülüğünü vurgulamayı hedefleyen bu kitap, 5 farklı temayı temsil eden bir seçki olarak kurgulanmıştır. Bu temalar için; “Tasarım ve Kuram”, “Mimarlık Eğitimi ve Örgütlenme”, “Koruma-Restorasyon”, “Kentsel Mekân ve Doğal Çevre” ve “Mimaride Enerji Verimliliği” başlıkları belirlenmiştir.
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
It would be most unnatural and ungrateful in me, when putting forth a Treatise relating to the Revival of Christian Architecture in England, were I not to dedicated the same in an especial manner to pour Lordship, who has been the main support in the furtherance of that good work, and to whom I am so greatly bounden.
John Pickering Putnam
Nationalism may be defined as the substitution of universal coöperation and education for industrial and social welfare. It is a continuation of the evolutionary force which has raised man from the lower to the highest form of terrestrial beings. It is so strictly logical and practical in all its aspects; so impartical in its benefits to all classes; has already crept so deeply into the minds and hearts of thinking people in both continents, and has made such remarkable progress of late, in this country, especially on the Pacific coast, in arousing the people to definite action with a view to hastening its practical introduction, that we are forced to believe the present generation will see a great change in the social organism due to its influence.
Edward Roberts and H. A. Pertwee
The history of our Old Churches forms an interesting and significant part of our national history. The one is largely dependent on the other. In early times the Ecclesiastical and Civil authorities went hand in hand together; adversity or prosperity somewhat similarly affected both. Thus the history of a parish church forms a national history in miniature, and the recognition and admission of that fact make the neglect of old church history all the more inexplicable. This work is therefore all the more welcome
John Pollard Seddon
The substance of the following pages was prepared origi-nally in the form of a consecutive series of papers, to be read before the Architectural Association of London during its subsequent sessions; and portions have already appeared in several of the professional journals at the time of their deliv-ery: they are now, however, for the first time presented to the public in the manner in which it was always designed that they should be united, and have been likewise most care-fully revised, while many parts have been entirely re-written. The interest attached to the subjects treated of in them has, I apprehend, in nowise become diminished in the interval that has elapsed since the papers were first delivered; nay, I venture to hope that the principles which are contended for therein have, since that time, gradually leavened both the profession and the public, urged powerfully, as they have been, by authors of whom the age may justly be proud, and whose talents Art may be thankful to have enlisted in her service, in the wake of whom I fear it seems presumption in me to launch so humble a bark ; but as it often happens that an echo is heard when the voice which gave it birth passed unnoticed, so perhaps some may be induced to listen even to my feeble remonstrance, whom prejudice has prevented from receiving the truth from another and a better quar-ter; or at least I hope that as successive blows drive home a wedge into heart of oak, so perchance my words, possess-ing but little power in themselves, may help to fix the truth deeper into the minds of men, and, like the chisel of the antiquary, hinder the rust of time from effacing the impres-sion that may have been already made therein.
In this study, it has been studied to determine at which levels the high-rise buildings designed by taking biomimicry as an example benefit from biomimicry. Completed in 1996-2011 and varying in height from 110 m to 600 m, these buildings are highly trendy, energy efficient and sustainable with their nature-friendly aspects with their
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