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  • An example of Bektaş’s narrative architecture: Olbia social
           center

    • Authors: Hilal Tuğba ÖRMECİOĞLU; Aslı ER AKAN
      Abstract: Cengiz Bektaş kültür birikimi bilincinin; bizden önce yapılanı bilmek, onu eleştirmek, değerlendirmek, onunla çağdaşı tartışmak, geleceği öngörmek, geçmişe takılıp kalmamak, onu ileriye daha iyiye, daha aydınlığa doğru çekmek ve davranışlarımızın bu bilgilerle uyumlu olmasını sağlamakla oluşacağını savunur. Her ne kadar Bektaş Anadolulukla özdeşleştirilse de yeryüzü kültürü için mimarlıktan yazına kadar damgasını vurmuş bir insanlık ve kültür kazanı olarak “Akdenizlilik” kavramını işaret eder. Akdeniz’in insanlığa düşünce, sanat ve kültür katkısını vurgulayarak Akdenizlilerin bir “yaşama ustası” olduğunu belirtir. Yerel bilgiden öğrenmek ve geleneğe eklemlenmeyi mimari anlayışının başına koyan Bektaş’ın anlatıcı mimarlığı bu çalışmada Akdeniz Üniversitesi için tasarladığı Ağa Han Ödülü’ne layık görülen Olbia Sosyal Özeği üzerinden incelenmiştir. Çalışmada, Bektaş’ın Olbia’da kullandığı yapım tekniğine ve bu tekniğin özgün niteliklerine, ayrıca toplumsal, kültürel, estetik ve mimarlık tarihi açısından önemine odaklanan bir değerlendirme sunulmuştur.
      PubDate: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Indoor air quality assessment in the university library during the
           Covid-19 pandemic

    • Authors: Betül ÖZKAN; Ayşegül TERECİ
      Abstract: During the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been determined by studies that viruses suspend more in closed and unventilated areas, so the possibility of transmission increases. It has also known that insufficient and poor quality of indoor air causes health problems and their symptoms. Particularly, indoor air quality is a significant problem in libraries where students spend most of their time. Besides, Inadequate indoor air quality in libraries has known to cause learning difficulties, decrease in working efficiency and concentration disorder, as well as negative effects on library materials. In this study, the university library was evaluated in terms of indoor air quality. The measurements of temperature, relative humidity, CO₂, PM₂.₅ values, which are parameters of indoor air quality, were carried out experimentally during the midterm weeks. The measurement results were analyzed and compared with the determined indoor air quality standard values. In addition, indoor air quality was assessed with the satisfaction survey. As a result of the measured parameters and survey data, it has been determined that the CO₂ and PM₂.₅ values may cause problems for the users and the ventilation scheme should be rearranged for this.
      PubDate: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Facade evaluation of traditional Mersin and Tarsus houses based on fractal
           dimension

    • Authors: Doğan Can TOPBAŞ; Hatice Derya ARSLAN
      Abstract: In this study, it is aimed to test the readability of lifestyle-culture interaction over different places with a numerical method. For this purpose, the analysis of the facade of the houses belonging to societies with different cultures and social structures in the nearby region was made. As a result of the necessary literature research, Mersin and Tarsus traditional dwelling pattern and setup, social and cultural life in the region were mentioned. Subsequently, within the scope of the study, the fractal dimension analysis method to be used in the analysis of the house façade was transferred and the analyzes were made based on the entrance facades of the sample houses selected from the determined regions. Analyzes have shown that the façades of the houses have similar proportions and solid-voids. It has been determined that societies with different cultural and social structures in the region under consideration have similar features in the design of the house facade. It has been supported that the situation that both housing typology buildings have architecturally similar occupancy-spaces and architectural elements can be expressed numeric.
      PubDate: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A typology proposal on government palaces of the period of Sultan
           Abdülhamid II: Analysis of plan and spatial characteristics of current
           examples in Turkey

    • Authors: Önder AYDIN
      Abstract: In the second half of 19th century, “modern”, “Western” urban and architectural arrangements have formed an important breaking point for urban history in the Ottoman. With the said regulations, the state affairs carried out in the residences of the notables and kadis (Muslim judges) in the provinces were moved to new functions such as government palaces, redif (military) offices, police stations. Emphasizing the importance of the urban and architectural elements used in the reflection of the strong perception of government, which is at the center of the new, modern, Western regulations, is a situation that the studies of the period also touch upon. To carry out a study on the plan and spatial characteristics of the government palace, which is the focus-symbol of government and building a strong state in minds, constitutes the aim of this research. Within scope of work, a total of 31 (thirty-one) palaces belonging to the period of Sultan Abdülhamid II, when the most number of government palaces were built in the Ottoman Empire, that are still existing within the borders of Turkey were examined. Among the resources and opportunities supporting the research are publications on the 19th century Ottoman cities and architectural environment, archive documents, especially the Presidency Ottoman Archive documents, old photographs and on-site investigation and documentation studies.
      PubDate: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A comparison of different techniques in cultural heritage documentation:
           Iasos Bouleuterion example

    • Authors: Gamze Fahriye PEHLİVAN; Asuman BALDIRAN, Erdener PEHLİVAN
      Abstract: As the first stage of cultural heritage preservation, documentation should be done. This study aims to recommend the most appropriate technique after comparing different techniques in documentation. Iasos Bouleuterion, the study material, was documented through three methods as traditional survey method, terrestrial laser scanning method and photogrammetric method. These techniques were compared in terms of measurement accuracy. In addition to this, comparison was made through digital data and SWOT analysis. As a result of the comparison, it is seen that there was no significant difference among the techniques in terms of measurement accuracy. However, it is possible to say from the literature that traditional survey method is open to error. According to the digital data and SWOT analysis evaluations, photogrammetric method has more advantages than the other techniques such as especially quick and easy application, three-dimensional modelling and giving coordinates. Considering there is a number of cultural heritage sites needing to be documented in our country, photogrammetric technique is recommended in terms of saving time.
      PubDate: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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