The Investıgatıon Of Bartın Unıversıty Campus And Its Envıronment Wıth Regard To Turkısh Standarts Related Wıth Accesıbılıty For The Dısabled


Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Gazi Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Turkey

Approval Date: 2019

Thesis Language: Turkish

Student: GÜLDEN KÖSE

Supervisor: CAN GÜNGÖR

Abstract:

In this study, the restriction of the right of education, which is one of the most basic rights, by the architectural obstacles in the context of the built environment that restricts the daily life of the physically disabled individuals has been the main problem discussed. In order for people with disabilities to benefit from educational opportunities as well as to participate in social life as they wish, educational structures, campuses, neighbourhoods and all public buildings must reach adequate level of accessibility. The criteria for ensuring this is clearly defined by Turkish Standards; TS 9111 and TS 12576. In this study, the buildings which were designed between 1995- 2000 without considering the relevant standards serving in Bartın University were examined and the current situation was determined, the problems were identified and solutions are proposed and two educational buildings constructed in different periods (1993 and 2014) were examined in terms of the relevant Turkish Standards and the current situation was determined comparatively. Based on the criteria determined according to TS 9111 and TS 12576, inquiry forms were prepared and accessibility values were reached as a result of the answers given. Based on these values, comparative results were obtained between the buildings and the spaces inside the building. As a result of the study, the accessibility value (U.D.) and the general accessibility value (G.U.D.) of the building were determined for each action area. In this way, the fields and solutions were determined in which training structures should be arranged. Although there are shortcomings in the new building (2014), it is more positive than the old (1993) building. In this way, the fields and solutions were determined in which training structures should be arranged. This situation shows that the perception of designing a barrier-free built environment has increased, and also that new regulations should be reviewed and appropriate arrangements should be made