By Michael Hensel, Defne Sungurogl Hensel, Hulya Ertas
All eyes are presently on Turkey with Istanbul’s prestige as eu Capital of tradition 2010. It makes it a pertinent second to take inventory and to examine Turkey’s prior, current and destiny, bringing the nation’s cultural renaissance and evolution to the fore across the world. because the early 2000s, Turkey has gone through a notable financial restoration, which has been followed by way of city improvement and a cultural flowering. situated among an increasing ecu Union and an risky heart East, the rustic presents a desirable interface among the Occident and the Orient. bearing in mind the present political matters with consolidating japanese and Western cultures, Turkey is poised at an essential worldwide crossroads: Tackles elements of globalisation and the aptitude risk quick rolling out of an excessively homogenised outfitted atmosphere poses to wealthy neighborhood construction traditions which are based on particular, climatic, wisdom and cultural diversity.Provides an analytical method that highlights particular points of Turkey’s wealthy background and present layout culture.Features paintings through proven and rising layout practices in Turkey.Contributors contain Tevfik BalcIoglu, G?ls?m Baydar, Edhem Eldem, Tolga islam, Zeynep Kezer, Ugur Tanyeli, ilhan Tekeli and Banu Tomruk.
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Turkey’s leaders were determined to mark a new beginning and intended the move to physically and symbolically distance the new regime from the Ottoman capital and the social, political and economic order it represented. The contrast between the two capitals could not have been greater: Istanbul, a city of striking natural beauty, strategically positioned on a crucial passage between Asia and Europe, had been home to two empires for over a millennium. Ankara was a small, impoverished central Anatolian town which, despite its long history, had few attractions to offer.
The plans prepared for the fire zones could not be realised due to lack of interest on the part of their former owners, as the decreased population meant there was no stimulus for speculative profits in the real-estate market. In addition, the migration of non-Muslims meant that Istanbul’s population became homogeneous and, over time, the city lost its cosmopolitan identity. Consequently, the government was forced to rethink the urban planning of Istanbul. The French architect and town planner Léon-Henri Prost (1874–1959), who was responsible for the Paris Regional Plan of 1928–39, was 36 brought in to design the Istanbul Master Plan (1936–58).
While they are located in different regions of the country, the transformation of such cities occurs in the context of physical urban environments that share certain similarities. Their development serves to stimulate and accelerate a parallel transformation in the smaller cities on their peripheries. Their roots have thus been redefined as conceptual and physical routes intended to reflect urban transformation projects and urban scenarios, their impact on quality of life and the city in general, and the way in which they have interpreted their identities.