Postmodernism as an interior space design approach
Güven, Yılmaz Burak
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This thesis discusses the postmodern condition in postindustrialist societies and its impact on architecture and interior design. The sociological and philosophical conditions that prepare and form the postmodern, postindustrial culture are discussed. The reflections of these conditions both to Western architecture and to interior designs are observed with case studies. The impact of postmodernism in Turkey - which is not a postindustrial society, as a matter of fact -as a style in architecture and interior design is examined and case studies are done to supplement this phenomenon. The relevance of postmodernism for Turkey and its prospective contribution to substantiate our original interior design practice and theory is discussed.
NK1396.P66 G8 1993