Planning, Design, Applications
Edited By Murat Özyavuz
One of the main objectives of planning and design is the reflection of the works to the space. Therefore, the starting point of this book is to reveal the research conducted by different professions in the field of spatial planning and design. For this purpose, original researches on direct application and land were included. Planning and design studies need co-operation between professions in order to fulfill this philosophy. These activities are effective means of fulfilling the philosophy of sustainability. Planning and design is a tool to tell the story of a community, and how it’s past, present and future work together for a sustainable tomorrow. The design process in which the most appropriate spatial compositions are revealed by shaping the areas in the direction of planning decisions, develops in the continuation of the planning process. This book is for landscape architects and other planning and design professions. Theoretical foundations, theories, methods, and applications will be essential parts of this reference book. In addition, this book addresses several very different subjects of study; landscape management, biodiversity, landscape restoration, landscape design, urban design, urban planning and architectural design related to theory, practice and the results will be covered.
6 Planning Experience of Hermann Jansen in Gaziantep City during 1930s
Abstract: The establishment of the Republican regime in 1923 in the history of Turkish architecture indicates an important starting/turning point in our history consciousness. In the mentioned period, a new nation-state were formed according to examples in the West, instead of the Ottoman Empire, which had a feudal government form for almost 500 years. The architecture of the period will be re-established as the beginning of a new way of thinking, based on the differences between the old and the new, the traditional and the contemporary, the reactionary and the progressive. So, the new architecture was imported as the new face of Turkey. In this chapter, architectural planning and urban development efforts as to extend modernity project throughout Anatolia by German architect and city planner Hermann Jansen will be studied, especially to highlight the early planning efforts of Hermann Jansen made for Gaziantep which is in the south east of Turkey along the Syrian border. The research will focus on both the public and town planning activities held by Jansen in Gaziantep. The urban designs for new state purposes, as well as their reception in the highly new developing context of Turkish Republic, require the study to emphasize the principles as well as the professional perspective and background of the architect of the contemporary architectural context. Meanwhile, the urban plans produced during this period, land use decisions, and transportation system design reflecting the transition to the industrial city model and a dual structure consisting of modern and traditional...
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