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Özdemir, E. (author), Eraydin, Ayda (author)
Urban plans and projects that aim to initiate the redevelopment and gentrification of urban areas create social and ecological pressures on urban environments and thereby stimulate urban movements. These movements have a lifespan, which evolves in interaction with planning authorities under local or central governments and may be marked by...
journal article 2017
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Brosens, P. (author), Bedir, M. (author)
The modernity concept originated in western theoretical/philosophical thought. Characterised by secular, scientific, social and economic developments, it significantly affected arts and architecture. Modernism, its 20th century cultural outcome, was heterogeneous in nature and commonly related to local progress and technique. The Modern Project...
conference paper 2014
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Buyukaslih, I. (author), Isikdag, U. (author), Zlatanova, S. (author)
3D models of cities, visualised and exploded in 3D virtual environments have been available for several years. Currently a large number of impressive realistic 3D models have been regularly presented at scientific, professional and commercial events. One of the most promising developments is OGC standard CityGML. CityGML is object-oriented model...
conference paper 2013
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Turk, S.S. (author), Korthals Altes, W.K. (author)
A large part of the population has no access to proper housing. This situation is most severe in large growing metropolises in the developing world, such as Istanbul, Turkey, where a third of the population is living in squatter housing. Typically there is a is a dual structure of both legal and illegal land development, where the legal sector...
conference paper 2010
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Ergenoglu, A.S. (author), Türkyilmaz, C.C. (author), Baytin, C.P. (author), Aytug, A. (author)
Workshop 4. Session 4.1: Design and modernity
conference paper 2005
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