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Designing for an ageing population: Residential preferences of the turkish older people to age in place
(Springer-Verlag London Ltd, 2008)
The persistence of the Turkish nation in the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2007)
[No abstract available]
Figures of wo/man in contemporary architectural discourse
Looking at/in/from the Maison de Verre
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2005)
The iconic Maison de Verre, attributed to Pierre Chareau and Bernard Bijvoet (Paris, 1928-1932), has traditionally been analyzed in terms of its eponymous glass-block walls, its industrial aesthetic, its climate-control ...
A System model for pin-pointing the historical buildings with respect to multiple typologies
(Österreichischer Kunst- und Kulturverlag, 2005)
This paper discusses the problem of locating buildings of architectural heritage with respect to different typologies. The cross referencing process of such a task can often be tedious and difficult. Within this framework, ...
The Changing pattern of segregation and exclusion: The case of Ankara
(Rawat Publications, 2007)
The changing roles of female labour in economic prosperity and decline: the case of Istanbul clothing industry
In this chapter, we use our research on female labor in Istanbul’s clothing industry to examine the effects of industrial boom and bust cycles on women’s lives.1 First, we trace how women gained entry into new globally ...
Collaborating with elderly end-users in the design process
(Springer, London, 2000)
The fact that end-users can participate and contribute to the design process, was pointed out in previous studies on user participation to the design process conducted by Cavanagh (1996), Ciccantelli and Magidson (1993), ...