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  • Ecological strategies for designing halys river: A landscape of flux 

    Authors:Yıldırım-Okta, Birge
    Publisher and Date:(Scibulcom Ltd., 2019)
    Natural and manmade disasters led to the emergence of new approaches in designing our environment in the postindustrial era. Modern technological infrastructures failure to respond to the challenges from environmental hazards led the designers to restructure the landscape. This in turn, led to a shift in landscape architecture, planning and architecture discipline. In the past decade green infrastructure has been a topic for debate among practitioners and theorists across different disciplines, ...

  • ECOLOGICAL STRATEGIES FOR DESIGNING HALYS RIVER: A LANDSCAPE OF FLUX 

    Authors:Yıldırım-Okta, Birge
    Publisher and Date:(Scibulcom Ltd, 2019)
    Natural and manmade disasters led to the emergence of new approaches in designing our environment in the postindustrial era. Modern technological infrastructures failure to respond to the challenges from environmental hazards led the designers to restructure the landscape. This in turn, led to a shift in landscape architecture, planning and architecture discipline. In the past decade green infrastructure has been a topic for debate among practitioners and theorists across different disciplines, ...

  • Haydarpasa-Gebze Railway as a Heritage of Landscape Infrastructure 

    Authors:Yıldırım-Okta, Birge
    Publisher and Date:(Scibulcom Ltd, 2018)
    The modernisation of the suburban railway on the Asian side of Istanbul is part of the ongoing Marmaray Project. The 44.2 km commuter line, composed of twenty-seven stations was opened in 1872, during the period of Ottoman Sultan Abdulaziz. For the Ottomans the railway played a major role in the metamorphosis of the city/country. The establishment of railways marked a new era in the urban life of Ottoman towns and cities. The railway stations manifested modernisation, built to promote European ...