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The role of government policies and strategies behind the shrinking urban core in an expanding city region: The case of Izmir
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
Over the last few decades, the term urban shrinkage has come to be accepted as a valid concept in international academic circles, and has gradually gained importance, with its causes the subject of well-documented discussion. ...
In-between spaces and social interaction: a morphological analysis of Izmir using space syntax
This research tackles the intermediate spaces between buildings and the street, by examining the definition and importance of spatial configuration in relation to urban morphology and social relations. It also analyses how ...
The rationale behind growth patterns: Socio-spatial configuration of Izmir, Turkey 1700s - 2010
(Space Syntax Laboratory,The Bartlett School of Architecture, 2015)
Izmir, which the recent excavations have shown to be an 8000-year-old city, has gone through various stages in its development process. It was an important harbour city located on Turkey's west coast, triggering commerce ...
On the relation between architectural considerations and heating energy performance of Turkish residential buildings in Izmir
By considering the energy efficiency legislations among the European Union, Turkey is responsible to provide regulations to comply for the latest European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive 2010/31/EC. New legislation ...
Primary schools of Izmir (1923-1950) (1)
(Middle East Technical University, 2012)
This study aims to identify primary school buildings constructed inIzmir between the years 1923 and 1950 and understand them withinthe national context and its reflection on the local. For this purpose, thenational primary ...
Observations on characteristics of suburban historical houses of Izmir
(International Association for Housing Science, 2010)
The aim of this study is to present the changes in building characteristics resulting from the transformation of Izmir into a cosmopolitan city of wealthy traders in the second half of the 19th century. The study concentrates ...