2013, Vol 1, No 2

 

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  • Soygeniş, Sema; Maro Kırış, İrem (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2013-12-31)
    Architectural space is a complex phenomenon, comprising of physical and immaterial characteristics. Physical, together with intangible variables, define space. The concern of this study is to understand and discuss space ...
  • Ghassoun, Yahya; Buchroithner, Manfred (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2013-12-31)
    Due to social, economic and political reasons, informal settlements are considered as a challenging problem in the third world countries. These create problems to the society and to the local government. The present study ...
  • Kuloğlu, Nilgün (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2013-12-31)
    Masses and voids are the fundamental physical properties that form both the architectural and urban spaces. This study discusses the contributions made by the void in the architectural form to urban voids. Void is a concept ...
  • Tıkansak, Tülay Esin (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2013-12-31)
    Türkiye’de tüketilen toplam enerjinin % 36'ı binaların ısıtılması, soğutulması ve aydınlatılması için, kullanılmaktadır. Bu şekilde, binaların yıllık enerji maliyeti 14 milyar Dolar’ı aşmaktadır. Ancak enerjinin ...
  • Adıgüzel, Derya; Ciravoğlu, Ayşen (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2013-12-31)
    These days there has been a severe encroachment on nature, a large amount of waste being generated, and natural resources being used irresponsibly during the design, application and usage phases of buildings. Environmental ...
  • Ercoşkun, Özge Yalçıner (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2013-12-31)
    Ankara, the capital of Turkey, represents a modern model city built in the Republican period after 1923. The majority of the countries’ population resides in this city after İstanbul and political, social and economic ...
  • Öymen Gür, Şengül; Yalçınkaya Erol, Şengül (Selcuk University Faculty of Architecture, 2013-12-31)
    Discourses on woman/space relations boomed in the 90s. The fundamental reason was to give support to the Feminist Movement. This trend which has had feeble effect on architectural design remained controversial. The ...

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