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Idea Project Competition of Kurbağalıdere Valley

Ecological Renewal of Kurbağalıdere – Kuşdili – Kadıköy This project aims to develop a discourse that will breathe life into İstanbul’s Kadıköy, that will configure the future rather than saving the day, and will demonstrate that the city and nature can become one. The most
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Idea Project Competition of Urban Design, Planning and Landscape on Gallipoli Historical Peninsula National Park, Ağadere Hospital and the Memorial

The Landscape of Respect: Gallipoli Peninsula The project marks the location of a field hospital that operated during the First World War. The visitor’s journey starts and finishes on the Dardanelles, just like the wounded soldiers brought to the Ağadere Field Hospital a century ago. The
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Landscape and Urban Design Project Competition of İzmit Waterfront

An Ecological Coastal Line to Izmit Izmit found itself thrown in a rapid process of industrialization starting from the 1950s and bears the traces of an unplanned urban development that undermined its urban identity. Rather than a mere waterfront development putting make-up on the city, the
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Bilecik Hamsu Valley

Bilecik Hamsu Valley   The Hamsu Valley physically divides the Bilecik morphology (hills and deep valleys connecting them) into two along the east-west axis. Urban regeneration and transformation models were considered for the future through a consideration of the project area’s location
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Manisa Great Mosque and its Protected Surroundings

Manisa Grand Mosque Sits Back the Spil Mountain   Located in the central district of the Province of Manisa, by the foothills of the Spil Mountain, the project area is surrounded by the Mevlana Road to the south and by an asphalt road going by the historical buildings at the north. The
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Ahlat Seljukid Meydanlık Graveyard

Heritage of Ahlat: Seljuk Meydanlık Graveyard The district of Ahlat, located on the northwestern edge of Lake Van in the province of Bitlis, is home to the largest historic Muslim Cemetery in the world: a Seljuk cemetery with six different zones of graves. Selçuklu Meydanlık Graveyard, the
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Çukurova Regional Airport

Transportation through a Cultural Landscape: Çukurova Regional Airport Shielded from the harsh central Anatolian climate by the Toros Mountains, the fertile plains of Çukurova attract a high population. To enable faster and more efficient transportation between Çukurova and the rest of
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