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Urban Design Competition for the Spectacle of May the 19th

Blue for Sea – Green for Spring: A Representative Statement of the May the 19thIn keeping the topic of the competition, the major goal of the project is to propose rehabilitation of the waterfront, to design in accordance with nature, to create pedestrian continuity in the east-west axis, and
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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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Nature Park of Hatay Kisecik

Hatay Kisecik Topography Park Kisecik Nature Park, which is located inside the agricultural landscapes of Antakya, is a recreational, entertainment, cultural and athletic area truly springing from inside nature. The use of topography is not the main design idea – the park is the very
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Rehabilitation of Historical Yedikule ‘Bostan’s and Agriculture Park

Agricultural Space | Edible Landscape: Yedikule ‘Bostan’s   Active-passive green areas and urban open space balance, which are practiced in cities around the world, are now gaining a more productive, multi-functional and multi-user character because of the increasing population,
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Tarsus Urban Square

Tarsus Square and Cleopatra Gateway   The Cleopatra Gate is one of the three main gates of Mersin Tarsus, which used to be a port city. Also known as the “Sea Gate”, this trace of the Byzantine past is the most important historic and cultural landmark of the project, with Gözlükule Mound
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Istiklal Street

İstiklal is Reviving …   İstiklal Caddesi, also known as Cadde-i Kebir or Grand Rue de Pera, has become a symbol of İstanbul for its own sake, independent of its association with Taksim. It is an urban line in which cultural and architectural heritage and collective memory live. Before
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