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Morocco Casablanca Waterfront, Urban Design and Architectural Project Competition

  Casablanca Waterfront Again - Costablanca   Casablanca, the frontier city of Morocco to the western world, connects Africa with the Atlantic Ocean, but, the city has gradually lost its coastal qualities. In order to integrate existing coastal line to city life in a sustainable way,
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An Idea Competition on Urban Design and Architecture of Konyaaltı Coastal Line

 Antalya Coast Reunifies the Bey Mountains The most significant feature setting Konyaaltı, Antalya, apart from its other coastal peers is its geographical configuration, i.e., its location between the sea and Bey Mountains. The shadow of the Bey Mountains is the point of departure for this
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“Green” Urban Design Project Competition for Çanakkale City Square and its Surroundings

New Çanakkale Urban Square: Collective Memory and Urban Ecology The most important feature that differentiates Çanakkale from its peers is its having witnessed the Çanakkale Wars, one of the most dramatic and meaningful episodes of history, as an alibi for a humanitarian crisis. While
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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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Invited Urban Design, Landscape and Architectural Project Competition for Çamlıca Urban Park

Yenimahalle – Çamlıca City Park: A Pedestrian Bridge This city park of Çamlıca neighborhood of Yenimahalle district, Ankara, designed for children, youth, adults, elderly people, all neighbors either abled or disabled, is meant to be a recreation and leisure area. Park constitutes
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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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