Selçuk Üniversitesi Dijital Arşiv Sistemi

2017, Vol 5, Special Issue ''Memory of places''

2017, Vol 5, Special Issue ''Memory of places''

 

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  • Mokhtar, Mustafa; Korumaz, Mustafa (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    Knowledge and memory influence the interpretations of a built environment, implying particular expectations in regard to the built environments and their roles in a society. People and their culture constitute the spirits ...
  • Dinçer, Ahmet Emre; Bektaş, İbrahim; İyican, Abdullah Bilgehan; Engin, Abdul Samet (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    For the continuation of life, people created various equipment and goods. To create mutual benefits, they’ve exchanged the overpruduced items with different products. This has begun the shopping act. By the increased amount ...
  • Baz, Tuba Nur; Karatosun, Müjgan Bahtiyar (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    Bergama is an important settlement center which have different civilizations. Today, it comes forward with especially the cultural heritage of Antiquity but there is an important heritage which has Ottoman period’s impress ...
  • Atalay, Neva Gerçek; Karakaş, Bahar (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    The city of Trabzon, was established on a plenary hillside which remains in between Tabakhane and Zağnos valleys horizontally. In resources, it is mentioned that the first usage of the city’s name was “Trapezus” which means ...
  • Nur, Yüksel Burçin; Özer, Yasemen Say (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    Istanbul, having hosted many civilizations and cultures, has a long and important past. Due to its geopolitical locations, the city has been the capital of two civilizations—Ottoman and Byzantine Empires—which left its ...
  • Bostancı, Seda H.; Oral, Murat (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    In a lifetime, human brain constitutes cognitive models for various conditions and events in order to be able to adapt to the environment and lead a life based on experiences. Based on multidimensional sensory experiences, ...
  • Maroufi, Hossein; Rosina, Elisabetta (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    This paper explores pilgrimage in the context of historic holy cities which contain at least one religious complex through which the ritual of pilgrimage takes place. One controversial tension in urban development process ...
  • Özata, Tuğçe; Darby, Dilek Özdemir (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    In contemporary globalised cities it has become increasingly important, for those of us who live in monotonous so-called cloned-environments, to find a sense of place we can identify with. When ties between inhabitants and ...
  • Alkan, Ahmet (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-18)
    Debates about “being” and “existence” have continued uninterruptedly since ancient times in accordance with the evolution of philosophical thinking albeit at various levels of intensity. “Spatial Planning” which had not ...

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