ICONARP International Journal of Architecture and Planning: Güncel gönderi

  • Cusolito, Chiara; Marino, Laura Di; Silvetti, Alessia (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    The conservation of Pertev Pasha Mosque should not be considered as a mere practice of static or architectural restoration but as an integrated project to implement all those principles adopted by the “Conservation of ...
  • Şensoy, Gamze; Üstün, Berna (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    Utopia, a phenomenon shaped in the frame of criticism, can be described as a proposal representing hope for the future. Architecture, which is a critical practice, creates new grounds for debate in the discipline with ...
  • Andrulli, Francesca; Bonaiti, Chiara; Silvetti, Alessia (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    The paper is about conservation and new use of four ANAS Company houses (along the last 19-early 20 centuries roads) located on Lake Como. The conservation project is on the roadmen’s houses for workers of “ANAS", the ...
  • Çakmak, Bilgehan Yılmaz; Yılmaz, Cihangir (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    Subject of consumer behaviours has been critical importance for business platform and related disciplines from past to present. Being able to understand consumer behaviour and identify strategies in this direction have ...
  • Uysal, Arzu Başaran; Sakarya, İpek (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    This article examines rural gentrification as experienced on the North Aegean coasts of Turkey. The study area chosen is the closest Aegean coast to İstanbul and it attracts attention because of its archeological and ...
  • Kundak, Seda; Dökmeci, Vedia (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    The present study investigates the rank-size distribution of cities above 10,000 in Turkey for the years 2000 and 2012, and the results are compared with the findings related to 1945 and 1975. The results show that despite ...
  • Orbeyi, Nil (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    Mimar Sinan served as the chief architect from 1538-1588 in the Golden Age of the Ottoman Empire. He was responsible for the design and construction of over 470 buildings of different sizes and functions. Unfortunately, ...
  • Peng, Xueni (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    Chinese migrants transfer from their rural settlements to establish city lives, but their sense of identity and family network remain grounded in a village culture. The rich communal activities can be understood as one ...
  • Baş, Hanzade Kuğu; Gülersoy, Nuran Zeren (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2018-06-25)
    International quick service restaurants (QSRs) have become a stand-alone sector due to their significant market share throughout the world instead of being considered under the food and beverage sector. The success of QSR ...
  • Oruç, Gülden Demet; Ertekin, Özhan; Dökmeci, Vedia (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-30)
    During the last century, the transformation of Istanbul’s urban structure from monocentric to multi-centric and its rapid population growth resulted in neighborhood patterns which are spread across a large spectrum according ...
  • Andrulli, Francesca; Bonaiti, Chiara; Silvetti, Alessia (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-30)
    The knowledge of the location, history and current state of conservation of historic built landscape is the best way to warrant its protection. We can only pass on to the next generations what we know and recognize as ...
  • Colucci, Angela; Kolmogorova, Anna; Kraja, Benida; Ziyaee, Maryam (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-30)
    The article focus on the role of Historical Urban Heritage in Urban Design through the presentation of the integrated learning path developed for Urban Design and Urban Design Studio classes of Lecco Campus of Politecnico ...
  • Ziyaee, Maryam (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017)
    In recent decades, modernization is extensively changing the face of Iranian cities. Besides, urban places are losing their traditional features, identity and cultural characteristics. Conservation of cultural heritage ...
  • Karakayacı, Özer (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2017-12-30)
    Over the last three decades, new economic theories explode the factors depending on space and spatial characteristics. In this process, it is developed the theories on social-cultural aspects and spatial characteristics ...
  • 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, ...